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Intoxicated man arrested after fleeing scene of wreck

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A man is arrested for Intoxication Assault late Saturday night after wrecking his vehicle into another and then attempting to flee the scene.

Police were dispatched to the major accident on I-40 and Avondale Saturday night just before 10:30.

The suspect vehicle, a 2011 Honda Accord driven by 27-year-old Le Sang, struck a Ford F-150 Pickup causing it to overturn. Sang attempted to flee the scene in his car before he, and the two other occupants in his car all got out and fled on foot.

Officials were able to locate all three suspects and took them into custody. Sang was arrested for Intoxication Assault, and the other two suspects were arrested for Public Intoxication.

The driver of the pickup was 28-year-old Kyle Brown. Brown was taken to a local hospital for non life threatening injuries.

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