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Crash Victims Remain in NUMC ICU

Credit: Lou Minutoli, www.firstonscenephotos.com
Credit: Lou Minutoli, www.firstonscenephotos.com
Two men who sustained critical injuries in the crash on the Southern State Parkway on Jan. 27 remain in the Intensive Care Unit at Nassau University Medical Center (NUMC), according to hospital officials.

Kervens Boutin, 30, of Hempstead, was operating a Nissan Maxima westbound on the Southern State Parkway with four passengers when he lost control and struck several trees.  

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Pronounced dead at the scene were passengers Bryan Rivas, 20, and Blossom Castro, 22, both of Hempstead.  

Boutin and another passenger, Marlo Cabrera, 19, of  the Bronx, were transported to NUMC, while an additional passenger, Antonio Rivas, 22, of Hempstead, was transported to Winthrop Hospital, also with critical injuries.

Winthrop Hospital officials did not respond to calls regarding an update on Cabrera's status.  

Boutin was charged with Reckless Driving. Additional charges are pending the outcome of the accident investigation. 

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