- Associated Press - Monday, February 8, 2016

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) - Albuquerque police say alcohol and speed were factors in a single-vehicle accident that left a car’s driver and two passengers dead and two others injured.

Officer Tanner Tixier said investigators determined that 27-year-old David Bowie was “showing off” and driving over 100 mph before the car blew through a stop sign and crashed into a field early Friday morning.

Tixier said the passengers killed the crash were 28-year-old Sondra Evans and 36-year-old Teashieva Slowman.

He said investigators determined that Bowie and another man in the car had met up with three women in the parking lot of a saloon and dance hall. He said the men were in the front of the car and wearing seat belts and that the women were in the back and not wearing seat belts.

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