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Four hurt in crash at rural intersection

By From page A2 | May 14, 2014

A two-car collision south of Davis sent four people to the hospital Monday afternoon, two of them with major injuries, according to the California Highway Patrol.

Officer Joelle McChesney said the vehicles, a GMC Yukon and a Mitsubishi Lancer, crashed shortly before 3:30 p.m. at County Roads 105 and 36 when the Lancer’s driver, 51-year-old Jose Alvarez Morales of Sacramento, failed to obey a stop sign and drove into the Yukon’s path.

Morales and all three of his passengers were transported to the UC Davis Medical Center in Sacramento with injuries ranging from minor to major, McChesney said. The Yukon’s driver, Dixon resident Yesenia Gonzalez, 39, was uninjured, as were three child passengers who were secured in safety seats.

Lauren Keene

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