The two drivers reportedly involved in an ATV crash Sunday night have both been arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated.
Charles R. Chatley, 26, of 2392 Kilian Road, Corfu, was also charged with unlawful operation of an ATV on a public highway.
Stephen R. Smelski, 35, of West Main Street, Batavia, is also charged with unlawful operation of an ATV on a public highway and leaving the scene of a personal injury accident.
Witnesses say Smelski was the most seriously injured of the four people involved in the accident and he's the one victim still hospitalized, though he's listed in good condition at ECMC.
An East Pembroke Fire Department 1st assistant chief and Genesee County emergency dispatcher, Smelski was reportedly taken by private vehicle to UMMC following the accident and later transported to ECMC.
The accident was reported at 11:09 p.m. Sunday in the area of 2069 E. Main St., East Pembroke.
Also injured were passengers Kristina Rumble, 26, and Brenda Smelski, 37.
Brenda Smelski was treated and released at ECMC, as was Chatley. Rumble, who was transported to ECMC by Mercy Flight, was released from the hospital two days ago.
Chatley is a 2nd assistant chief with East Pembroke.
The accident occurred the same date as the annual East Pembroke Mud Races, hosted by the fire department, but the accident was hours after the event ended and at least a mile from the mud pits.
The accident was investigated by deputies Jason Saile and James Diehl and Sgt. Eric Seppala.