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Two involved in wreck still critical

Two people critically injured in an accidents remain hospitalized while a woman seriously injured in a separate wreck is now home.
Maria Sagrada Cervantes remains in critical condition in Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center in WinstonSalem, suffering from injuries received in the two-car wreck Saturday night on Airport Road.
The other driver, Clarence “Chuck” Moorefield III, is in serious condition at Carolina Medical Center.
Moorefield, a laid-off Freightliner worker, lives on Airport Road. His sister, Theresa Patch, a Rowan County resident, said late Wednesday he was undergoing additional surgery.
Two children in the Cervantes vehicle were treated and released at Rowan Regional Medical Center. Additional information on Cervantes was not immediately available.
No charges have been filed in the wreck, which destroyed the two vehicles.
Wilma Marie Begly, 43, of Lexington, has been released from CMC.
Begly was seriously injured in a single vehicle wreck on Needmore Road on Aug. 21.
Her vehicle went off the road, hit a ditch and overturned three times.

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