Henry Blank Killed in DUI Crash on East Tabor Avenue [Fairfield, CA]


Dominic Lyons Arrested after Fatal DUI Collision near Railroad Avenue

FAIRFIELD, CA (January 12, 2023) – Saturday evening, police arrested Dominic Lyons after a DUI crash on East Tabor Avenue killed Henry Blank.

The incident happened on Christmas Eve, at around 10:15 p.m., at the East Tabor Avenue and Railroad Avenue intersection.

According to reports, Lyons was driving along East Tabor Avenue when his vehicle collided with Blank’s vehicle. The impact of the collision caused Blank and two other occupants in his vehicle to sustain injuries.

First responders at the scene transported Blank and his two passengers to a local hospital for treatment. There, medics pronounced 62-year-old Henry Blank from Vacaville dead, due to the extent of his injuries.

Meanwhile, police arrested and booked the DUI driver, Dominic Lyons of Vallejo, in Sonoma County Jail.

Authorities also released a statement on Tuesday claiming that the social media rumors of a shooting connected to the incident are false.

The Sweet James team sends their sincere sympathies to the family and friends of Henry Blank. Their thoughts are with them during this very difficult time.

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