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High-Speed Crash Sends 3 Teens to the Hospital

CITRUS HEIGHTS–

A high-speed crash has sent three teenagers to the hospital Sunday night.

Authorities say that a BMW M-3 was speeding down Roseville Road near Adagio Way at more 90 miles per hour when it lost control.

Three teenage males, aged 18-19, were in the car. All of them were taken to the hospital, one with serious injuries.

More information to come. Keep checking FOX40 and FOX40.com for any updates.

Carlos Rodriguez contributed to this report.

23 comments

  • ppmom50

    We live on Adagio,,,a mom of one of the kids said 2 boys were 17 yrs., 1 was 18 yrs., and all 3 played on the football team at mesa verde high school. A friend at the scene said they were on their way to Chipotle, and their tires lost traction. There are so many accidents on this road. I will not turn onto Adagio from Roseville Rd. without going down to Outlook, where there is a turn lane.

  • donny

    These are my best friends can everyone pls pray especially for Robby Collins hes in severe condition. the car landed on his head and they are trying to save him. pls pray pls

  • misstiffany93

    I went to high school with them. I know one of them personally its so sad to see this kind of stuff. :/

  • calgecko

    "Their tires lost traction" .. yeah, because they were driving OVER 90 MPH in an area where he probably should have been doing less than half of that speed… and he probably had no idea how to control the vehicle, especially not at that speed.

  • anonymous

    I know these boys and i hope everyone can keep them in their prayers and keep the rude comments to yourselfs thier families dont need negativity right now

  • Shaunda Barry

    One of these boys is the son of a very good friend of mine. She is a wonderful person.. Please keep your negative comments to yourselves & think about the fact that this is her child. This could happen to any one of us. Please just pray for them.

  • julio

    You know, most all boys drive fast at that age. I am in my 40’s and I drove crazy at that age too. I know these boys, as they are friends of my son, and it is a very sad situation. I could not imagine what their parents are going through right now. If you have kids (boys or girls) you can’t tell them anything. We as parents need to just love them and give them all the advice we can. I would not wish any of this on anyone.

  • sawyer

    Knock off the rude comments. Two of them are good friends. And one of them was more than a friend to me. Two of them are in critical cindition, so put yourself in our position before being heartless.

  • chris fitzgerald

    It is better to learn safely, , , Than hazardly, Tho do we really know WHEN ???….TO PLAY IT SAFE ? ? ? TheseYoungsters Play Ball W/My Son. “FATHER PUT UR HAND ON THIS SITUATION,,, KNOWING THIS COULD B GR8 FOR THE C.H. YUNGSTERS TO LEARN FROM.” Being Strong & Couragious,,, Eager To Learn…

  • Tara

    The boy in the back was Robby Collins, he had to go into immediate surgery on his head to relieve pressure then his face. Both were successful and he’s doing good but right now he’s in medically induced coma but will wake up late Tuesday night to early Wednesday morning

  • Vanessa

    Please keep me posted. I saw the accident after the fact and called 911…I am hoping and praying they are all ok.

  • freeme1996

    people who are posting negative comments really should just keep it to them selves. that's like the last thing people want to hear. Yes, we know they were going over a 100 and that wasn't the smartest idea. but thats not the biggest issue right now… these boys barely made it out with their lives that night.. there family is worried to death, and there friends and loved ones are traumatized from just hearing about the accident. & knowing that one of them might have 25 years till life, and knowing they might lose an arm or a leg, its kind of a big deal. they were just about to start there lives, about to graduate almost 18 (one them 19) and now.. its messed up, all from one night. they are sweet boys all 3 of them.. they never deserved this. i go to mesa with those guys,and you know what this is one of the saddest things ive heard from my 4 years being there. its very tragic! Knowing that it happened to them and it could happen to anyone. also its really sad to see the comments below me and seeing these nasty remarks. i bet you cant drive any better! and you probably would have swerved into the train tracks! Its really sick and disturbing to hear how some people are so heartless, knowing that good people are forced to breathe the same air and live on the same earth with the most twisted human beings.. what if that was your son?nephew? grandchild, uncle, father, etc.. how would u feel and then coming on this and hearing some bull#### that you know nothing about ? you know nothing! while there's people just waiting for a text or a phone call praying, that there okay and they wake up.. yeah, makes you think twice about what you said huh? i hope karma doesn't bite you in the @$*. because i would never wish this upon anyone ever. Well, thats that.
    Hope those boys recover well. they have lots of love and support right by there side. #SaveRobandJordan

  • freeme1996

    people who are posting negative comments really should just keep it to them selves. that's like the last thing people want to hear. Yes, we know they were going over a 100 and that wasn't the smartest idea. but thats not the biggest issue right now… these boys barely made it out with their lives that night.. there family is worried to death, and there friends and loved ones are traumatized from just hearing about the accident. & knowing that one of them might have 25 years till life, and knowing they might lose an arm or a leg, its kind of a big deal. they were just about to start there lives, about to graduate almost 18 (one them 19) and now.. its messed up, all from one night. they are sweet boys all 3 of them.. they never deserved this. i go to mesa with those guys,and you know what this is one of the saddest things ive heard from my 4 years being there. its very tragic! Knowing that it happened to them and it could happen to anyone. also its really sad to see the comments below me and seeing these nasty remarks. i bet you cant drive any better! and you probably would have swerved into the train tracks! Its really sick and disturbing to hear how some people are so heartless, knowing that good people are forced to breathe the same air and live on the same earth with the most twisted human beings.. what if that was your son?nephew? grandchild, uncle, father, etc.. how would u feel and then coming on this and hearing some crap that you know nothing about ? you know nothing! while there's people just waiting for a text or a phone call praying, that there okay and they wake up.. yeah, makes you think twice about what you said huh? i hope karma doesn't bite you in the butt because i would never wish this upon anyone ever. Well, thats that.

  • calgecko

    Any update on this story? it's been a week.. I can't find any info on what happened…. curious if drugs/alcohol were involved at all… ?

  • abetterdriver

    It is sad, but to say people should not comment is ridiculous. That is why they call it a comment board. You bet, I can't drive any better. You might be right, I don't try and drive in excess of 90mph on Roseville Rd. You state one might get 25/life, yeah right! Unless you know something we don't and there was drugs and alcohol involved. If there was then it dosent make such a sad story after all does it. We still live in california the kid won't get that kinda of sentence either way. I just hope his parents have health insurance or this will be a bigger burden on taxpayers. Nevertheless it is sad. I hope they recover and learn from the tragedy.

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