Police responded to a three-car accident on Benedict Avenue on Jan. 17 with one injured and one arrested on a DWI charge.
A caller reported to Tarrytown Police at 5:55 p.m. that he was involved in a car accident had pain in his legs. Tarrytown Volunteer Ambulance Corps was dispatched, however the man refused medical attention upon their arrival.
Officers on the scene requested towing and reported that three vehicles were involved: one with NY plates, on NJ, and one PA.
According to Lieutenant William Herguth, cars two and three had stopped for the traffic signal on Benedict Avenue 400 feet east of Martling Avenue. Car one struck car two in the rear which struck three in the rear.
It was the operator of car two who complained of leg pains but refused medical attention, said Herguth. While Michael McGee, operator of car one, was charged with driving while intoxicated.
McGee, 46, of Wildey Street, Tarrytown refused to submit to the breathalyzer test at headquarters, Herguth said.
He was released to a responsible person and given a Tarrytown court date.