UPDATE (8/24): All of the victims involved in Tuseday's fatal crash have been identified by the Coroner's Office.
Deziaray Zepeda, 23, and Stephen Taylor Walker, 26 have been identified as the two back passengers that were killed after the sedan they were in crashed into a big rig at Rosedale Highways and Nord Road.
Zepeda's family has set up a Go Fund Me account to help with the cost of funeral arrangements. She leaves behind a 7-year-old daughter.
UPDATE (8/23): Two of the four victims have been identified by family members on social media as 27-year-old Mark Hoyt and his girlfriend 24-year-old Lacey Lynn McQuilliams.
McQuilliams's family has set up a Go Fund Me account to help with the cost of funeral arrangements.
Four people were killed in a crash in northwest Bakersfield Tuesday night.
It happened around 11:20 p.m. on Rosedale Highway and Nord Road.
The California Highway Patrol says a vehicle was traveling northbound on Nord Road and went through a stop sign. It crashed into a big rig, got trapped underneath and was dragged.
CHP says two men and two women were in the car that got trapped underneath the big rig. All four of them died.
No injuries were reported to the driver of the big rig.
Both lanes of Rosedale Highway and Nord Avenue are shut down and CHP says the roads are expected to be closed for a couple more hours.
It is unknown if drugs or alcohol were factors in this crash.
We will continue to update you as soon as we get more information.