January 04, 2019 11:50 AM
One man is dead and three other people are hurt after a suspected drunk driving crash in Henrietta late Thursday night.
Deputies say Jordin Campbell, 22, was driving south on Clay Road near the Walmart around 11 p.m. He failed to negotiate the turn and crashed through a concrete barrier that separates the road and I-390.
The car took out a sign and finally stopped on the side of I-390 south near the Hylan Drive exit.
There were three passengers in the car at the time. A young man and a young woman were ejected; the male was pronounced dead at the scene, the woman was taken to Strong Memorial Hospital and is in critical, unstable condition.
The third male passenger is also in the hospital, but is expected to survive.
Campbell, who was also taken to Strong Memorial Hospital, is seriously injured. He has been charged with vehicular manslaughter, vehicular assault, and DWI.
Deputies worked overnight and into the early morning gathering evidence.
"Some of our investigative steps include going through the area to local businesses, we have Walmart here and others on Jefferson, we are actively having deputies go to pull [surveillance] video [from those businesses] and piece it together," explained Lt. Scott Alberti with the Monroe County Sheriff's Office.
A portion of I-390 south was closed while deputies investigated, but is now reopen. DOT crews were able to put a temporary barricade in place.
Updated: January 04, 2019 11:50 AM
Created: January 04, 2019 02:13 AM
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