Man arrested in possible DWI wreck on Airline Drive
Posted on Monday, March 1st, 2021 at 12:00 pm
HOUSTON, TX – A man was arrested in a possible DWI wreck on Airline Drive on the night of Sunday, February 28, the Harris County Sheriff’s Office reports.
J. Garcia-Montez (25) was traveling n/b on Airline. He was operating his car without its headlights on. Gerardo Rodriguez (35) had been traveling w/b, in the 100 blk of Margie, & was making a left turn from a stop sign. Garcia-Montez's car struck the Dodge Ram as the Dodge https://t.co/T1CuznuD5S
— Ed Gonzalez (@SheriffEd_HCSO) March 1, 2021
Authorities say that 25-year-old J. Garcia-Montez was traveling near 8200 Airline Drive, without the headlights activated on his vehicle. Gerardo Rodriguez, 35, was making a left turn when he was hit by Garcia-Montez’s car.
Rodriguez was not hurt and was arrested for a suspected DWI. Garcia-Montez was taken to the hospital via LifeFlight, in critical but stable condition. Investigators believe it was possible he was also driving while intoxicated.
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