Port Chester woman charged with DWI after striking driver, 2 vehicles

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A Port Chester woman is accused of driving while under the influence after allegedly striking a tow truck, the tow truck's driver and a police car.

Greenburgh police say they were investigating a car accident just before 4 a.m. Saturday on Tarrytown Road, when Mayra Zamano struck the driver’s side of a responding tow truck and the driver as he was getting out.

They say she continued driving and slammed into the back of a police vehicle, causing it to crash into a car from the original accident.

The tow operator, police officer and Zamano were all taken to Westchester Medical Center for their injuries.

The 26-year-old was charged with DWI and failing to yield to an emergency vehicle.

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