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Alcohol plays role in South Bend auto accident

Apr 13, 2011 | Auto Accident

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April 14, 2011

The South Bend Tribune reports a suspected drunk driver caused a South Bend auto accident.

A male driver of a Honda Civic was driving on the wrong side of South Bend Avenue near Charles Street when he collided with another vehicle in this South Bend auto accident. Once police arrived, the male driver failed a field sobriety test. The suspect was then taken to a local hospital for follow-up tests.

The driver of the other vehicle was shaken but did not have any injuries after the South Bend auto accident. A passenger in the Honda Civic was unconscious at the scene. The driver and the passenger of the Honda Civic were taken to a hospital.

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