Fatal Car Crash in Pasadena Leaves 3 Dead, 3 Injured

On Saturday, May 11, a devastating car accident occurred in Pasadena, California, resulting in the loss of three lives and injuries to three others.

An unfortunate incident took place when a Tesla, with six passengers on board, disregarded a red light, hit a curb, and collided with a power pole. This led to considerable damage to the vehicle as well as the surrounding structures.

According to reports, the driver, who is 22 years old, was driving at a speed that was twice the posted limit of 35 mph. All six people involved in the crash, ranging in age from 17 to 22, were thrown out of the vehicle upon impact.

A tragic accident took place on Foothill Boulevard, leading to the unfortunate loss of lives and leaving 663 residents and businesses in the area without power. Thankfully, power was restored later that day, but the community is still feeling the ongoing effects of the accident.

According to Lieutenant Anthony Russo of the Pasadena Police Department, ongoing investigations suggest that alcohol may have played a role in the crash. The speed of the vehicle was described as incredibly high, causing it to soar through the air for about a hundred feet before crashing.

One of the victims was Stefan Michael Pfeiffer, a 20-year-old student at Pasadena City College and an Eagle Scout. The community has been profoundly impacted by the heartbreaking loss. Maranatha High School, which some of the individuals involved attended, has offered their condolences and support to the affected families.

During this difficult time, the community is coming together to offer support and prayers to those affected by the tragic accident. It serves as a reminder of the significance of unity and compassion in times of sorrow and tragedy.

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