Sanitation Driver Charged With DWI After Crash

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    A sanitation driver was charged with driving while intoxicated while on the job.

    The driver of a New York City sanitation truck drifted into oncoming traffic in Brooklyn and hit a car, injuring two men, and was charged with driving while intoxicated, authorities say.      

    Police say the two men in the other car were taken to a hospital after the crash Tuesday night and were in stable condition.      

    The sanitation truck driver, 30-year-old Sebastiano Tritto, was arrested at the scene.

    A person who answered the phone at the Sanitation Department early Wednesday said no one was available to comment, and a message was left seeking comment from the sanitation workers' union.