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May 19, 1986

A high-speed auto ride on a road alongside Lake Berryessa in St. Helena ended with the death of four men when the car plunged off an embankment into the lake, the Napa County Sheriff's Department reported. Deputies said six men were in the car, which hit a curve going too fast and hurtled off the pavement. Two of the men managed to get out of the submerged car and swim to safety. The dead, all of St. Helena, were Adolpho Espinoza and Everardo Perez, both 29; Perez-Avina, 19, and Renaldo Garcia, 18.

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