CHP: 3 people ejected from vehicle near Mojave; Four 19-year-olds killed, 1 injured

Officials said one person survived crash

CALIFORNIA CITY, Calif. - Three people were ejected from a vehicle near California City on Monday afternoon, and officials said that four people have died in the crash. 

On Feb. 11, shortly before 4 p.m., officials with the California Highway Patrol said that the California City Police Department and the Kern County Fire Department went to the area of SR-58 and Hyundai-Kia Boulevard regarding a GMC Yukon that rolled over multiple times.


According to a statement made to police, the vehicle was reported to have been traveling close to 90 MPH before it drifted into the dirt center divider and rolled several times.
Officials said three people were ejected from the vehicle. Two others were also trapped in the vehicle, according to officials.
KCSO said four people that were in the vehicle were pronounced dead at the scene of the crash.
The coroner has confirmed that the four victims killed in the crash, Malia Moa; David Moa; Rachel Fisiiahi; and George Moa, were all 19-years-old and from Oakland.  
Officials said that the fifth person, a 17-year-old boy, was still alive when they arrived.  The victim was taken to Antelope Valley Hospital.
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