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FHP: Driver in Plant City crash arrested for DUI manslaughter

PLANT CITY — The Florida Highway Patrol arrested Thursday evening a man accused of DUI manslaughter after a crash killed two people.

On Sunday, Servando Gregorio, 50, was driving the wrong way on State Road 60 when his car slammed into another car in Plant City. His passenger, cousin Saul Gregorio-Daniel, 23, and the other car's passenger, Shawn Quade, 34, both died.

Gregorio's blood alcohol content was 0.216, more than twice the state legal limit, troopers said.

On Thursday, FHP investigators arrested Gregorio for two counts of DUI manslaughter because the DUI involved serious bodily injury and property damage.

Gregorio is being held in jail. His first appearance in court is today.

FHP: Driver in Plant City crash arrested for DUI manslaughter 03/11/11 [Last modified: Friday, March 11, 2011 9:58am]
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