ALAPAHA, Ga. (WALB) - WALB has obtained a copy of the crash report in an accident involving Alapaha Judicial Circuit District County Dick Perryman and another driver.
The report states the accident happened around 1:30 a.m. Sunday.
According to the report, a 2003 Chevrolet, driven by Aroldo Perez Bravo, 30, was heading north on State Route 135, near Bannockburn Road in Berrien County.
A 2017 Buick, driven by, Cynthia Perryman, a family member of the DA, was driving south on 135. Along with Perryman, another family member was also in the vehicle during the accident.
The Chevrolet failed to maintain its lane and continued going north on the centerline, the report states.
The front of the Chevrolet hit the front of the vehicle Dick and his family were in.
Cynthia said she saw the Chevrolet coming towards her and attempted to swerve out of the way. She also said the driver of the Chevrolet did not have any lights on.
Dick and the two family members were sent to Tift Regional Medical Center after the crash, according to Georgia State Patrol (GSP).
Cynthia has been discharged from the hospital.
Officials at Tift Regional said the district attorney was transferred to a hospital in Tallahassee, while the 10-year-old in the vehicle was taken to a hospital in Macon.
WALB News 10 is still working to learn the conditions of the family.
Bravo was charged with two counts of serious injury by vehicle, driving under the influence, driving without a license, suspended registration, failure to maintain lane and no headlights.
He was taken to the Berrien County Jail, according to jailers.
GSP said the case is closed.