A Manley Hot Springs resident faces multiple charges in a January snowmachine crash that saw him medevaced to Fairbanks, according to Alaska State Troopers.

In a Wednesday AST dispatch, troopers say 28-year-old Kyle D.T. James has been charged with DUI, reckless driving and driving with a revoked license following an investigation of the Jan. 23 crash.

AST spokesperson Megan Peters says the wreck reportedly involved James striking an aluminum sign in Manley Hot Springs. In an email to Channel 2, she says troopers didn’t initially investigate the crash because it wasn’t reported at the time.

“His injuries, while unpleasant, didn’t appear to be life-threatening,” Peters wrote. “The treatment of the injuries required more medical attention than was available in Manley.”

Court records didn’t list an open case against James early Wednesday evening, and a jail information hotline didn’t return a location at which he was incarcerated. Peters says updates to both systems can often be delayed overnight at close of business on weekdays.