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Chappaqua Man Charged With DWAI After Head-On Crash, Police Say

New York State Police arrested a man for DWI after crashing head-on into another driver.
New York State Police arrested a man for DWI after crashing head-on into another driver. Photo Credit: New York State Police

Two were airlifted to an Albany hospital after an allegedly intoxicated driver crashed head-on into a 75-year-old woman in the Hudson Valley.

New York State Police troopers on patrol on Route 212 in Saugerties at approximately 10 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 26 came upon a two-car crash that left both vehicles with extensive front-end damage.

Police said that a 2005 Audi A4 was being driven by Chappaqua resident David Lowy on Route 212 when he crossed into the opposite lane and struck a 2008 Pontiac G6 driven by Saugerties resident Ann Tucker head-on, sending her vehicle into a ditch off the shoulder of the roadway.

Tucker suffered leg injuries in the crash, and both drivers were airlifted to the Albany Medical Center for treatment of multiple injuries, while a passenger in Lowy’s car was taken to Dutchess Hospital.

While investigating the crash and speaking with Lowy, it was determined that he was impaired by drugs, and he was arrested and charged with driving while ability impaired by drugs.

Lowy, 64, was released following his arrest and is scheduled to appear in the Town of Saugerties Court on Wednesday, Oct. 21.

Police said that the investigation into the crash is ongoing. Anyone who may have witnessed it has been asked to call New York State Police investigators in Kingston by calling (845) 338-1702 and referencing case SJS 98427898.

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