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Driver could face DUI, manslaughter charges in deadly Corona crash
Driver could face DUI, manslaughter charges in deadly Corona crash

A Riverside man could face manslaughter and driving-under-the-influence charges after he allegedly crashed into a car in Corona, causing it to burst into flames and killing its two passengers. Julio Reyes, 34, was driving a Lexus sedan more than 95 mph on southbound Interstate 15 around 1:15 a.m. Sunday when he crashed into the back of a Toyota, the California Highway Patrol said. The car carrying two female occupants immediately became engulfed in flames. Corona fire crews pronounced both females dead at the scene. Reyes was driving with two passengers. One, a male, was taken to Riverside Community Hospital. Evidence shows everyone involved was wearing a seat belt at the time of the...

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