We see this too many times. Drunk drivers on the roads, either driving the wrong way, going way too fast or dangerously swerving in and out of traffic.
In the most recent crash, a Levittown woman—who later died from her injuries--was charged with drunken driving after she drove the wrong way late Sunday on Route 109 in East Farmingdale. According to police she crashed into a car, killing its driver Jeanne Grazia (pictured).
Susan Krebser, 46, was driving a 1991 Buick northwest in the oncoming southeast lanes of Route 109 near Route 110 when she crashed head-on into a 2012 Kia Forte being driven Grazia, 70, of Islip. Grazia was pronounced dead at NUMC, police said. Krebser was taken to Nassau University Medical Center in East Meadow where she died from her injuries.
“There is no excuse for drinking and driving. If you are going to drink, and you are of legal age, do it responsibly. Have a designated driver planned or else sleeping arrangements that don’t involve the need to drive,” urges East Meadow lawyer Neal Goldstein. "This 70 year old woman whose death was totally avoidable, left behind a devastated family that includes three children and a grandchild."
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