Student Crashes Into Lamp Post and Gets DWI

Student Crashes Into Lamp Post and Gets DWI

KSAT San Antonio reported that a student from The University of Texas at San Antonio received a DWI and was arrested after he crashed his car into a utility pole and knocked out power to part of a northwest San Antonio neighborhood. Although the student’s name was not disclosed, it was only stated that he is 21 years old. According to police records, the student claimed that he was studying for his finals at UTSA and was rushing home around 2:40 a.m. Thursday when he fell asleep in the 6300 block of Babcock Road near Prue Road. San Antonio police officials stated that when he crashed into the pole, he took out three transformers. The car rolled over a couple of times until it stopped in the middle of the road. It was noted that the student was immediately arrested for DWI after failing a field sobriety test. The CPS Energy team immediately reported to the scene and repaired the damaged transformers to restore power by early in the morning.

If you have been arrested for driving drunk, contact an experienced and skilled Texas DWI attorney for legal assistance.

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