An Ocean County resident is facing drunken driving and other charges, as well as possible deportation, following a three-vehicle crash that seriously injured another man in Middletown Tuesday night, the Asbury Park Press reports.

Meanwhile, Robert H. Reimann, 54, of Atlantic Highlands, remains hospitalized at Jersey Shore Medical Center in Npetune, where he was flown by helicopter after being trapped in his car for an hour following the 6 p.m. collision on Navesink River Road, the Press reports.

From the Press:

Moussa Bass, 37, of Royal Oaks Drive in Toms River, was charged Thursday with driving while under the influence of alcohol, assault by auto and causing serious bodily injury while driving with a suspended license. He being held at Monmouth County Jail, Freehold Township, on $75,000 bail set by state Superior Court Judge Thomas J. Scully, according to First Assistant Prosecutor Christopher Gramiccioni.

Bass also was being held on a no-bail detainer by the federal Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency.

Three vehicles crashed near the Navesink Country Club on Navesink River Road in the vicinity of Patterson Lane at 6:01 p.m. Tuesday, injuring three people and trapping Robert H. Reimann, 54, of Atlantic Highlands, in the wreckage for nearly an hour, according to police. All three drivers were alone in their vehicles.