The 26-year-old motorist has been charged with a number of road traffic law violations and has not performed a breath test after a car crashed into tents at a Welsh campground and a woman fought for her life
- Four campers were injured when a vehicle was driven on the Rhyd y Galen site
- After the Monday morning incident, a woman fought for her life
- The 26-year-old Jake Waterhouse will appear before the Llandudno District Court on Wednesday
A motorist was charged with several driving crimes after driving a car in tents at a Welsh campsite and fighting for a woman's life.
Four campers were injured when the vehicle was driven in the early morning hours of Monday on the Rhyd y Galen site near Bethel, Caernarfon.
Jake Waterhouse, 26, will appear before Llandudno District Court on Wednesday, a North Wales police spokesman said.
Four campers were injured when the vehicle was driven in the early morning hours of Monday on the Rhyd y Galen site near Bethel, Caernarfon
Police said a woman who was injured during the incident remains in critical condition in the hospital (Image: The entrance to the Rhyd y Galen campsite).
Detective Chief Inspector Sion Williams said: "As a result of this disturbing incident, the prosecutor has charged that a 26-year-old man from the Manchester area has been seriously injured by dangerous driving, dangerous driving and other driving with a driver's license that a motor vehicle drives without insurance and does not provide a breath sample for analysis. "
A second man was released pending further investigation.
Police said a woman who was injured during the incident remains in critical condition in the hospital.
Two men and a woman who were also injured were released from the hospital on Monday (Image: The campsite)
Two men and a woman, who were also injured, were released from the hospital on Monday.
According to the North Wales Fire and Rescue Service, two fire engines were sent to the scene after a car was driven into two tents.
A victim was caught in the collision and released by police officers before being taken to the hospital.
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