Brick, NJ – Around 1:30 a.m. Saturday morning, Michael Guerrero was injured when he was partially-ejected from a vehicle in a suspected DUI accident near Brick, NJ.
Mr. Guerrero, 25, was one of 4 people traveling in an SUV, which was reported for erratic driving on Burnt Tavern Rd. By the time local authorities located the vehicle, it was overturned in a wooded area. First-responders found Mr. Guerrero hanging from a passenger side rear door, suffering from severe injuries. He was rushed to Jersey Shore University Medical Center. According to the latest updates, Mr. Guerrero was in critical condition.
Two other passengers, Brandon Nikola, 25, and Andrew Roe, 23, were located standing on the shoulder of road. Mr. Roe was arrested on suspicion of drunk driving, and charged with 6 traffic violations, including 3rd degree assault by auto. The 4th passenger, Patrick Smalling, 25, was found walking away from the scene carrying a case of beer. He was also arrested.
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