Cops: 2 drivers were impaired in head-on crash

Police say two drivers were both impaired when they crashed into each other in Ronkonkoma early Sunday morning.

According to police, Thomas Boyer, of Bohemia, crossed into the opposite lane of traffic on Smithtown Avenue around 3 a.m. Sunday.

According to police, Thomas Boyer, of Bohemia, crossed into the opposite lane of traffic on Smithtown Avenue around 3 a.m. Sunday. (1/4/16)

RONKONKOMA - Police say two drivers were both impaired when they crashed into each other in Ronkonkoma early Sunday morning.

The collision occurred around 3 a.m. on Smithtown Avenue. According to investigators, 22-year-old Thomas Boyer, of Bohemia, was behind the wheel after using drugs and alcohol. He crossed into oncoming traffic and hit another car.

The driver of that vehicle, 46-year-old Selden resident Timothy Miller, was allegedly drunk.

Both men were taken to Stony Brook University Medical Center with injuries that are serious but not considered life-threatening.

They will be arraigned at a later date, police say.

Anyone who may have information on the crash is urged to contact police at 631-854-8552.

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