Sgt. Heather Randol said Bryan Cuellar was booked on charges of felony driving while under the influence, hit and run and resisting arrest. Attempts to reach him or find out who was representing him wasn't immediately successful.
Police offered no new details on the major injury collision that was reported at 9:28 p.m. on Sunday, when officers spotted a black Mercedes sedan traveling eastbound on Ocala Avenue near Capitol Expressway at a "high rate of speed." Three passengers in the Mercedes were taken to the hospital with life-threatening injuries, and the remaining victims in the other cars were all expected to live.
Officers said the Mercedes plowed through a red light at the intersection and broadsided another vehicle. The Mercedes rolled over several time colliding with other cars and a light in the process.
*Mass Casualty Accident* San Jose Police assisted in rescue of victims trapped in a burning vehicle. SJPD will be PIO pic.twitter.com/WffCQF4p2M
— San Jose Fire Dept. (@SJFD) August 18, 2014
Finally, the Mercedes landed in the westbound lane of Ocala Avenue. The driver of the Mercedes got out of the car and began to run. But he was arrested shortly afterward.
Morales said there were three passengers trapped in the Mercedes as it began to go up in flames. Officers began to put out the fire with fire extinguishers until firefighters arrived and took over eventually extricated the three passengers.