Detectives are investigating an accident involving a motorcyclist and another vehicle on Route 114, near Goodfriend Drive, in East Hampton on Saturday afternoon, according to East Hampton Town Police Lieutenant John Claflin.
Along with the lightning, thunder, and rain, Wednesday afternoon's storm brought first responders out in droves to respond to fire and medical emergencies across the South Fork.
East Hampton Town police said one of those arrested, Nicholas Leguillow of Hewlett, 43, was taken to the hospital after his breath test produced a dangerously high reading.
A Montauk man is in the county jail in Riverside facing a felony charge of criminal contempt, after allegedly violating an order of protection obtained by his brother.
An East Hampton couple were injured, one seriously, when a car driven by a woman who police said was under the influence of drugs struck them as they stood on the side of Sunrise Highway Saturday.

East Hampton A black Maserati parked outside Club Leo on Three Mile Harbor Road was vandalized overnight July 16. Yura Shabetayev of Manhattan estimated the deep scratch on its doors, apparently done with a key, would cost $1,000 to repair.
New York State police arrested Steven M. Mezynieski, the owner of an eponymous Southampton excavation company.
In hard-to-believe news, New York State is warning motorists about the dangers of taking selfies while driving. 
A portion of East Hampton Village Main Street was closed for over an hour on Tuesday morning after a three-vehicle collision near Mill Hill Lane and the Baker House inn.
In a pre-dawn raid at the Malibu Motel in Montauk Tuesday, East Hampton Town police made three arrests on drug possession charges.
Crystal Hayes, 34, and Christopher King, 38, had exited their Jeep to take pictures of a brush fire on Sunrise Highway when they were hit by a 20-year-old allegedly driving under the influence of drugs.
The Bridgehampton Fire District is facing a potential fine from the Suffolk County Department of Health Services for an alleged code violation involving the district’s new generator, which a county official said was three-quarters full of fuel...
Emergency medical personnel in Springs did not know what had come of a patient who was thrown from a motorcycle and gravely injured last year until he walked into the firehouse out of the blue.