LODI, CA - Court records show just how much speed and alcohol were apparently involved in last week's crash that killed five members of a Lodi family and an unborn child.
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Lodi police affidavits indicate the blood alcohol content in suspect Ryan Christopher Morales was 0.2. That is two and a half times the legal limit of .08. His blood was checked after he was transported to a Sacramento-area hospital.
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Also in court records, police said the speedometer on Morales' SUV was stuck at a position of more than 100 miles per hour. Police said that is often an indication of how fast a vehicle was traveling at the time of a collision.
It was about 5:20 the evening of Oct. 22 when the GMC Yukon Morales was driving struck several vehicles at Ham Lane and Vine Street in Lodi. Witnesses told police that night the driver appeared to be on a cellphone, in addition to speeding.