Soap opera star Jensen Buchanan was arrested for driving under the influence after causing a car crash in Buellton, California, on Wednesday morning, according to the California Highway Patrol.
According to the collision report, the 53-year-old actress, best known for her roles in One Life to Live and Another World, also caused major injuries to another driver in the wrong-way crash.
“The immediate cause is under investigation — our understanding is she allowed [her] vehicle to cross the double yellow lines,” John Ortega, public information officer for the Buellton office of the CHP told ET. “There were two parties involved — a driver in each vehicle.”
According to the police report obtained by ET, at approximately 6:19 a.m., Buchanan’s vehicle, a black Mercedes S550, drifted across the solid double yellow lines of the road as she was driving eastbound on State Route 154. The documents claim that she drove directly into the path of a driver of a white Ford C-Max, causing a head-on traffic collision.
Police say Buchanan and the other driver, Bradley Asolas, a 56-year-old man from Camarillo, California, were transported to the Santa Barbara Cottage Hospital. Buchanan was treated for minor injuries and arrested for DUI. Asolas was treated for major injuries.
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Don’t be drunk with wine, because that will ruin your life. Instead, be filled with the Holy Spirit, – Ephesians 5:18
Wine is a mocker, strong drink a brawler, And whoever is intoxicated by it is not wise. – Proverbs 20:1
These are words from the Lord Jesus Christ on how we as Christians must behave. We must put away strong drink that ruins the mind and wastes the liver. We overcome by the Holy Spirit’s power indwelling us.
If you have issues with alcohol you must first make up your mind that you want to change. Once you have made up your mind then ask the Lord to remove the evil spirit from your life and use your freewill to fill yourself up with the Scriptures. There is power in reading the Bible for yourself. Read, read, read, and do not stop reading. Use the same hours you spent in drinking alcohol and now use them to read the Bible.