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Several Injured in DUI Multi-Car Crash on Highway 18 in Apple Valley

Raymundo Sanchez Arrested for DUI after Apple Valley Car Accident on Highway 18 at Rancherias Road

Apple Valley, California (September 23, 2019) – Raymundo Ortiz-Sanchez, 44, was arrested on suspicion of DUI in connection with a multi-vehicle collision which happened on Saturday night, September 21, in Apple Valley.

According to a local news source the accident happened at about 9:00 p.m. at the intersection of Highway 18 and Rancherias Road.

The crash involved four vehicles including a black Nissan Xterra, a white Yukon, a silver Toyota minivan and a gray Nissan Z.

A white SUV was reportedly traveling reportedly eastbound when the motorist ran a red light and crashed into the Nissan that was stopped at the light. The impact of the first collision caused a chain-reaction collision.

Raylynn Dean, his wife Emily and their 11-year-old daughter were traveling southbound of Rancherias Road in the minivan.

The three and the driver of the sedan driver suffered unspecified injuries and were rushed to St Mary Hospital for treatment.

Ortiz was arrested on suspicion of DUI.

No further information was provided regarding the incident.

The police are investigating the crash.

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