- Associated Press - Sunday, February 28, 2016

COMMERCE, Calif. (AP) - Two teens coming home from Disneyland were among the three people killed in a fiery crash that authorities believe was caused by two cars racing on Interstate 5 in Commerce.

The father of 19-year-old Michelle Littlefield told KNBC-TV his daughter and three of her friends were riding in a Nissan Sentra when a UPS truck that was struck by a racing car crashed through the center divider and hit their car.

Littlefield and another friend, identified as the son of a Los Angeles County Sheriff’s lieutenant, were killed as they sat in the back seat. The family of 18-year-old Brian Lewandowski said they’re devastated by what happened.

The third victim, the UPS driver, has not been identified.

One of the street racers was arrested, the other suspect remains at large.


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