Three dead, four hospitalized after fiery, high-speed crash in Orange

Three people were killed and four others injured when their speeding vehicle crashed in Orange early Saturday, rolled over and burst into flames, police said.

A Nissan Altima traveling south at high speed on North Glassell Street around 2:45 a.m. failed to negotiate a curve on North Orange Olive Road and crashed, Orange Police said.

The Nissan overturned and all seven occupants were ejected, police said. Three died at the scene and the others were taken to local hospitals – three in critical condition and one with moderate injuries, authorities said.

Orange Police said drugs and alcohol are suspected factors in the crash.

KABC-TV Channel 7 reported that two of the seriously injured were teenagers. Sergeant Phil McMullin of the Orange Police Department told the station the car was on fire and a nitrous oxide tank and balloons were found in and around the vehicle.

https://www.latimes.com/california/story/2022-07-09/three-killed-four-hospitalized-after-occupants-ejected-from-vehicle-in-high-speed-crash-in-orange Three dead, four hospitalized after fiery, high-speed crash in Orange

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