San Mateo Nanny Arrested On Suspicion Of Driving Under The Influence After Crashing Into Belmont Schoolyard
BELMONT – According to the police, a San Mateo woman has been taken into custody in Belmont on suspicion of DUI after her vehicle hit a fence of the school due to which a kid sustained injuries.
Belmont police reported about the accident at around 3:06 p.m. The cops were told that a vehicle had hit a child at Cipriani Elementary School, located at 2525 Buena Vista Ave.
The vehicle stopped after hitting a fence near the building of the school. When the cops approached the accident spot along the fire crew, they saw a Toyota Corolla that had driven through a fence off of Buena Vista Avenue.
64-year-old Evgeniya Martynova was behind the wheel of the Toyota. She was at the school because she had to pick up a student.
She was not travelling alone. An infant was also in her vehicle who didn’t sustain any injury in the accident.
The child, who sustained minor injuries in the accident, was 11-year-old. He was given medical care by paramedics at the accident spot, after which he was rushed to a hospital for proper treatment.
Martynova, the nanny, was taken into custody and sent to San Mateo County Jail in Redwood City on suspicion of DUI and child endangerment.
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