Driver could face DUI, manslaughter charges in deadly Corona crash

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

Driver could face DUI, manslaughter charges in deadly Corona crash

July 21, 2014

Around one in the morning on July 20th, Julio Reyes, a 34 year old driving a Lexus sedan, was believed to be under the influence when he collided with another vehicle in Corona. Going southbound on the I-15 at 95 mph, Reyes rear ended a Toyota.

Flames erupted from the Toyota when it was hit, which contained two female passengers. Both were determined dead when fire crews arrived.

Reyes was also transporting two passengers, one of which was taken to the hospital. Reyes was arrested on the suspicion of vehicular manslaughter while intoxicated. He has been indicted on manslaughter and DUI charges and will be presented in court on September 18th.

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David F. Makkabi is a lawyer who provides individuals and their families help at a personal level during their time of need, injury, or loss of a loved one. He received his Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy from the University of California at Los Angeles. He went on to attend Loyola Law School of Los Angeles from which he received his Doctor of Jurisprudence. David is licensed by the Supreme Court of California and has been admitted before the United States District Court in the Central, Southern, Northern, and Eastern Districts of California.