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TURLOCK, Calif. -- A teenage girl was killed after a vehicle she was riding in was struck by a Turlock man suspected of driving under the influence.
The crash happened around 7 p.m. Friday in the 100 block of E. Monte Vista Avenue, near Stanislaus State, in Turlock.
Police were called out to a report of a vehicle crash in the area. Responding officers reported first finding a white Toyota sedan with two people injured still inside the vehicle, and a third person who was ejected a short distance from the crash site.
According to the report, one teen girl was pronounced dead at the scene. A second victim, only identified as a juvenile female, was taken to a local hospital with serious but non-life-threatening injuries. An adult female in the vehicle was airlifted from the scene with life-threatening injuries.
Officers then located the second vehicle, a black Toyota pickup, a short distance from where the sedan was found. According to the investigation, after colliding with the sedan, the pickup careened into a carport and crashed into a parked car before finally coming to a stop.
Police say the driver of the pickup, 21-year-old Kevin Solis Hernandez, was outside of the vehicle when they arrived. He only suffered minor injuries in the crash.
Hernandez was arrested and booked into the Stanislaus County Jail for vehicular manslaughter and DUI causing death or serious bodily injury. The crash is still under investigation.