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Three hurt in crash

Authorities arrested Ray Servin of Modesto on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol after they say he slammed head-on into another vehicle, leaving two young girls and a young woman with major injuries early Sunday.
Authorities arrested Ray Servin of Modesto on suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol after they say he slammed head-on into another vehicle, leaving two young girls and a young woman with major injuries early Sunday. Stanislaus County Sheriff's Department

Three people injured in what authorities say was an alcohol-involved crash Sunday were in stable condition Monday at Memorial Medical Center. According to the California Highway Patrol, 47-year-old Ray Servin of Modesto crashed head-on into a Toyota, injuring a family of four on Highway 132 east of North Gates Road.

Gabriel Guzman, 26, Lajady Guzman, 7, and Mia Guzman, 2, all of Modesto, received major injuries but are in stable condition, according to a nursing supervisor at Memorial.

Felix Parada, 30, of Hayward received moderate injuries but was released from the hospital Sunday, according to the CHP. Servin was booked at Stanislaus County Jail with a bail of $25,000 in connection with driving under the influence of alcohol while having a blood alcohol level of 0.08 percent or more and displaying a canceled, fictitious, fraudulently altered, or fraudulently obtained identification card. He no longer was in custody Monday night.



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