WOODLAND HILLS—A man from Woodland Hills was arrested this weekend at a music festival in Seattle. The suspect drove a car into three people on Saturday, May 23, seriously injuring one individual.

The Sasquatch Music Festival was held at the campgrounds near the George Amphitheatre. The crash occurred at about 9:30 a.m. before the festival began. Tanner A. Drayton-Williams has been identified by the Grant County Sheriff’s office as the driver of the car, and faces four counts of second degree assault.  According to authorities, Williams was driving impaired and hit pedestrians, tents, and other vehicles.

Two of the campers and the driver were taken to Quincy Valley Hospital, and shortly released. The other camper was transferred to Central Washington Hospital. According to reports, the victim suffered broken bones and internal bleeding.