A West Babylon man faces charges of aggravated vehicular assault and felony drunken driving after seriously injuring himself and his two passengers in a single-car crash on the Southern State Parkway late Saturday, New York State Police said.

Mark M. Diamond, 33, also is charged with second-degree assault, second-degree reckless endangerment and reckless driving in the 11:53 p.m. crash at Exit 20, Grand Avenue in South Hempstead.

Diamond was driving a 2011 Mercedes-Benz east on the parkway when he lost control and struck a tree on the south shoulder, police said in a news release.

Diamond and his two passengers, Stacy Ward, 30, of Lindenhurst, and Patrishah Morgan, 33, of Hempstead, all had broken bones, the release said.

A police spokesman Monday said all were taken to Nassau University Medical Center in East Meadow.

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Diamond broke bones in his right leg and right arm, the spokesman said.

Morgan had small fractures around her right eye, bruised a lung and had a cut on her left leg, and Ward broke an ankle.

Diamond was arrested after an investigation at the scene and at the hospital. Police said a bedside arraignment at the hospital is pending.