The driver, who was charged with DWI after the crash that destroyed two Amityville businesses, pleaded not guilty.

The driver, who was charged with DWI after the crash that destroyed two Amityville businesses, pleaded not guilty

Saturday, a car crashed into two Park Avenue stores, inflicting considerable damage.
The Village of Amityville boarded up the two businesses and deemed them to be unsafe structures.
Saturday at 3 a.m., Jeffrey White, of Central Islip, allegedly collided into a Nissan Sentra while under the influence of alcohol.
The crash, according to the authorities, forced White’s vehicle into the Amityville Men’s Business, causing significant damage to both the shop and Bella Maison.
White pleaded not guilty to a charge of DWI.
The two business owners affirm that they will reopen as soon as possible.
There were no fatalities total. The proprietor of Amityville Men’s Shop, Warren Cohn, says, “I heard someone had a broken leg, and all of this is merely property.”
Two Mercedes passengers and the Nissan driver were injured, according to the police.
On Tuesday, White is expected to reappear in court.

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