Driver arrested on suspicion of homicide in Porter Ranch crash


A driver accused of crashing into three vehicles in Porter Ranch over the weekend, killing two teenage passengers in his automobile, was arrested on suspicion of homicide, Los Angeles police mentioned Tuesday.

Alexander Ceballos, 20, of Panorama Metropolis was booked Saturday night time after the crash, and his bail was set at over $4 million, police mentioned. He stays in a hospital as of Tuesday.

In keeping with police, Ceballos was dashing south on Reseda Boulevard in a Honda CR-V round 5:35 p.m. Saturday when the automobile veered into the northbound lanes, crashing into two different autos and a parked automobile.

The CR-V was carrying six individuals, together with the motive force. Two of the occupants, a 16-year-old boy and a 14-year-old lady, had been killed.

The boy was trapped within the automobile and pronounced lifeless on the scene; the lady died after being transported to Northridge Hospital Medical Middle.

Ceballos was additionally injured and transported to a hospital together with the 4 occupants of the opposite autos.

The 4 different individuals are anticipated to get well.

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