Police: Teen critical, charged with DWI after chase

A Bohemia teen accused of driving drunk and leading police on a chase is in critical condition. Police say 16-year-old Thomas Barbella was driving the

According to police, 16-year-old Thomas Barbella was driving the wrong way on Lakeland Avenue

According to police, 16-year-old Thomas Barbella was driving the wrong way on Lakeland Avenue (2/13/17)

STONY BROOK - A Bohemia teen accused of driving drunk and leading police on a chase is in critical condition.

Police say 16-year-old Thomas Barbella was driving the wrong way on Lakeland Avenue in Bohemia Sunday morning.

According to police, the teen refused to stop, and lead police on a chase that ended with a crash.

Barbella is at Stony Brook University Hospital.  He is charged with DWI with other charges pending, and will be arraigned at a later date.

The driver of the vehicle Barbella hit, a 26-year-old woman also from Bohemia, suffered non-life threatening injuries. 

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