Two of the three victims killed in a fiery crash in Santa Clarita were identified by officials Monday.
The collision involving a white BMW and an older model blue Chevrolet Suburban occurred shortly after 4 p.m. Sunday at San Francisquito Canyon and Riverview roads, according to the Los Angeles County Fire Department.
Two of the victims were identified Monday by the Los Angeles County coroner’s office as Spencer Thomas, 28, of Santa Clarita and Shane Rivera, 41, of Glendale.
The third victim has yet to be identified.
Two people were also critically injured as a result of the collision.
Two of the people killed in the crash were traveling in the BMW and one was in the Suburban, according to authorities.
A member of Thomas’ family told KTLA that he and his girlfriend were in the Suburban and that he lived nearby.
His girlfriend was rushed to the hospital with broken bones and serious burns.
Thomas would have turned 29 next month.
The cause of the crash was still under investigation, but an official said Monday that the BMW may have crossed into oncoming traffic prior to the collision.