SORRENTO VALLEY (CNS) - A 23-year-old man was injured when he lost control of his car in an alleged drunken driving crash in Sorrento Valley, San Diego police said.
The man, whose name was not immediately released, was driving a 2000 Toyota west on Miramar Way, about 2 a.m. Friday, when he lost control and struck a curb, police said.
The car went over an embankment and landed on its side on the Coaster train tracks, police said.
The driver sustained a broken hip and ankle, and was taken to a trauma center, police said. Police did not believe the man's injuries to be life-threatening.
Police said the driver would be charged with drunken driving.
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