Teen arrested, 2 others hospitalized after crash in Mission
A teen was charged with two counts of intoxication assault on Tuesday after he allegedly crashed into a Mission property, injuring two other teens in the car with him.
Mission police spokesman Art Flores said three juveniles were joyriding Tuesday before 4 a.m. in a 2013 black BMW at the 1000 block of Cimarron Drive at a speed of over 100 mph. The vehicle, driven by a 16-year-old, ran into a concrete wall, causing it to bounce off the wall and into a pillar before hitting a parked vehicle.
The debris from the crash caused damage to two other vehicles and the driver also hit a brick fence to a house, Flores said.
The driver was sent to a juvenile detention center while his passengers – a 17-year-old boy and a 16-year-old girl – are being monitored at a local hospital for brain swelling.
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