Alleged drunk driver hits minivan in Milford

According to a report on, a 21-year-old woman, whose child was in the back seat of her sedan, was charged with drunk driving for a crash that sent a minivan carrying three children into a quarry, Milford police said Sunday.

One of the children in the minivan was taken to UMass Memorial Medical Center with serious injuries, police said.

Elizabeth M. Faceyof Milford, hit the minivan at East Main Street and Fortune Boulevard around 9:15 p.m. Saturday, police said. The minivan’s driver Aimee M. Mercer, 33, and the three children escaped from the partially-submerged vehicle, police said.

Mercer and the two other children were taken to Milford Whitinsville Regional Hospital for minor injuries, police said. Facey’s three-year-old child was not hurt in the accident, police said.

Facey was arrested and charged with driving under the influence, committing a serious injury while driving drunk, child endangerment while driving drunk, and failure to stop at a red light.

The Department of Children and Families was notified and is investigating, police said.

If you’ve been struck by a car or injured in a drunk driving  motor vehicle accident, you may be able to recover for your injuries. Medical bills from accidents can easily exceed $10,000 and may even reach hundreds of thousands of dollars depending on the extent of the injuries and treatment required. Sometimes, people may suffer lost wages if they are forced to stay out of work due to an injury and in some cases people may be unable to return to their previous occupation, which may result in serious economic damages and financial harm. In certain cases, if someone has sustained injuries and cannot return to their trade or occupation, the use of an economist may be required to assist in evaluating the scope of any lost future earnings, which can be substantial.

If you’ve been involved in a drunk driving accident or other motor vehicle accidentcontact attorney Joseph Curran of Curran & Desharnais, P.C. to discuss the situation and determine the next best steps, or call us directly at 781-618-3197.

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