Driver Killed in Fatal Dryden Crash Sat. Had B.A.C Nearly 3 Times Legal Limit
It appears that a 21 year old Freeville man that was killed in crash in Dryden Saturday morning was drunk behind the wheel.
State Police responded to a crash involving a car and a tractor trailer at the intersection of Route 13 and 366 just before 3 o’clock Saturday morning.
The initial investigation revealed that 21 year old Isaac Miller of Freeville was operating a 2002 Saturn northbound on Route 13 when his car crossed the centerline into the southbound lane where it was struck head-on by a tractor-trailer operated by Alexander Spagnola, of Tully.
Spagnola, who sustained minor injuries in the crash, he was taken to Cayuga Medical Center treated and released.
An autopsy conducted Sunday revealed that Miller had a blood alcohol content of .23 when he was killed. Police did not say where Miller was coming from or headed to at the time of the crash.
No citations have been issued at this time.