Two teenagers have been pronounced dead after a rollover crash that ejected five California teenagers from a pickup truck last Saturday evening. The 19-year-old driver of the truck was pronounced dead at the scene, while a second teenager, 16-years-old, died later at the hospital during surgery.
According to reports, the teenagers were driving back from a trip to Lake Berryessa when the deadly accident occurred. Witnesses told police that the truck had been speeding just moments before the rollover collision. None of the five teenagers were wearing seatbelts, and according to police, bottles of alcohol were found inside the truck.
The three remaining teenagers were transported to the local hospital to be treated for critical injuries, including major head and internal trauma. Those teenagers range in ages from 16-18.
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