Carlos Salazar, a 21-year-old father of two, was riding in the back seat of a Monte Carlo when the sedan was T-boned June 30 by a drunken driver, according to police. The crash killed Salazar’s friend, Citari Townes-Sweatt, and began a string of deadly alcohol-related traffic deaths in the city.
Carlos Salazar, a 21-year-old father of two, was riding in the back seat of a Monte Carlo when the sedan was T-boned June 30 by a drunken driver, according to police. The crash killed Salazar’s friend, Citari Townes-Sweatt, and began a string of deadly alcohol-related traffic deaths in the city.
Carlos Salazar, a 21-year-old father of two, was riding in the back seat of a Monte Carlo when the sedan was T-boned June 30 by a drunken driver, according to police. The crash killed Salazar’s friend, Citari Townes-Sweatt, and began a string of deadly alcohol-related traffic deaths in the city.

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