Omaha police: Drunk driver caused early-morning fatal crash

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OMAHA — Omaha police suspect a driver involved during a fatal two-vehicle crash early Friday of being drunk at the time of the collision. The crash happened around 4 a.m. Friday, as two eastbound cars entered an intersection and sideswiped one another, police said. One car, a Toyota, then hit a concrete wall at a stop and flipped onto its roof, police said. the opposite car, a Chevrolet, launched over the median and also came to rest on its roof. The driver of the Toyota — James Yungbluth, 63, of Waterloo — died at the scene, police said. The 28-year-old driver of the Chevy was taken to a hospital with serious injuries and can face charges within the case, police said.

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