Lorraine Salazar, at right, and Karl Salazar, far left, are owners of Sal’s Mexican Restaurant in this file photo taken in 2010. At center is the restaurant’s namesake Sal Salazar, Karl’s 18-year-old son.
Lorraine Salazar, at right, and Karl Salazar, far left, are owners of Sal’s Mexican Restaurant in this file photo taken in 2010. At center is the restaurant’s namesake Sal Salazar, Karl’s 18-year-old son. File photo Vida en el Valle
Lorraine Salazar, at right, and Karl Salazar, far left, are owners of Sal’s Mexican Restaurant in this file photo taken in 2010. At center is the restaurant’s namesake Sal Salazar, Karl’s 18-year-old son. File photo Vida en el Valle

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