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New York Mills, NY - 2 People Injured After Suspected Drunk Driver, Merritt Bremer, Runs Red Light

Clinton St and Burrstone Rd in New York Mills, NY
Published: August 19, 2020
By: Kennady Schuster
Last Updated on November 20, 2020

Suspect Charged in Alleged Drunk Driving Accident reported that on August 18th Merritt Bremer was driving down Clinton Street in New York Mills, NY, allegedly under the influence of alcohol, when he struck another vehicle.

The other vehicle was turning onto Burrstone Road when Bremer went through a red light and hit them. The driver and passenger sustained minor injuries but were treated.

Bremer left the scene and a few hours later he returned to the same intersection and crashed his vehicle into a guard rail. He was hospitalized to be evaluated.

Bremer was charged with driving with ability impaired, passing a steady red signal, leaving the scene of a personal injury accident, and an uninspected vehicle.

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