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Underage Drunk Driver Crashes into Missoula Home

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Missoula police dealt with two drunk driving accidents last night, none of the individuals involved in either case were of legal drinking age. Missoula Police Captain Colin Rose describes one of the crashes as “a rollover in the 1600 block of 14th street.”

The driver was a 19-year-old Missoula male, single occupant that rolled the vehicle into the porch of a house which shook so strongly, the impact managed to destroy a planter on the porch of the neighbors house.

The driver is described as having only minor injuries and refused medical assistance. He was arrested for driving under the influence.

Interview with Police Captain Colin Rose:

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During the same night, another DUI  incident occurred at the corner of Shakespeare and Defoe where a driver and passenger aged 19 and 20 crashed into two parked vehicles and fled on foot. Officers were able to track the offenders by tracing the vehicles registry. The driver was arrested on DUI and leaving the scene of a vehicle/property accident.

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