Man Arrested for DWI During State of Emergency

By Jillian Marshall

Man Arrested for DWI During State of Emergency

October 31, 2012 Updated Oct 31, 2012 at 4:58 AM EDT

Binghamton, NY (WBNG Binghamton) In the middle of the State of Emergency in Broome County, a man is arrested for a DWI after driving into multiple highway signs.

Steven Snow, 50, of Port Crane, pulled out of his driveway Monday night and hit a highway sign.

Snow continued to drive on Rt. 369 where he collided with more highway signs and drove his car off the road.

Snow tried to drive away, but he spun his tire so much that it blew out.

A Broome County Sheriff's Office Deputy found him along the side of the road.

Snow was taken to a hospital for minor injuries and arrested for a DUI.

Charges:

Driving While Intoxicated,
Leaving the Scene of a Motor Vehicle Accident,
Moving from Lanes Unsafely,
Violating the State of Emergency Travel Ban

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