An aspiring model "allegedly high on a cocktail of drugs" struck a former high-school track star and his girlfriend as they jogged in Staten Island yesterday, the Advance reports. Daniel Kelley, 23, is in "extremely critical condition" after suffering severe head and chest trauma when he was run down by a black Honda Civic on Hylan Boulevard. The crash left his girlfriend, 18-year-old Gina Siclari, with a broken ankle, scrapes and bruises, according to the daily.

The driver — identified as Brooklyn model Gypsy Porfirio — told cops she had taken Percocet and Xanax before the collision. Police found the painkiller and the anti-anxiety drug in her car, as well as the sleep-aid Ambien. After appearing "dazed and lethargic" at the scene of the crash, Porfirio was cuffed and will be charged with driving under the influence, pending the results of drug tests.

The incident occurred just blocks from St. Joseph's by-the-Sea high school, which both victims attended and where Kelley established himself as a distance runner. Kelley is currently a special education teacher at PS 16 in Tompkinsville, while Siclari attends St. Francis College in Brooklyn.