Jayleen Ciriaco, 15, Oscar Avila Toledo, 18, and Anthony Ramos, 15, killed in car crash at East Santa Clara and 22nd streets in San Jose, California

Modified Date: 
Sun, 12/03/2017 - 11:03am
Accident Date: 
Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Three Teens Die in Possible Street Race in San Jose: Witnesses

Witnesses said the cars were involved in a street race and the other car could be a red sedan. Another boy died at the hospital. The accident occurred just before midnight on East Santa Clara and 22nd streets in downtown San Jose, Sgt. Sanchez confirmed the two cars were speeding, but not necessarily that it was indeed a race. Two teens, a boy and girl, died at the scene, Sanchez said.

San Jose: Three teens killed in high-speed crash on Santa Clara Street

SAN JOSE -- Two boys and one girl were killed Tuesday night and a third boy is in critical condition following a high-speed crash on Santa Clara Street, according to San Jose police. At 10:56 p.m., police received reports of two vehicles traveling at a high rate of speed westbound on Santa Clara Street, according to Sgt. The three deaths bring the number of people who have died in traffic collisions this year in San Jose to 42. The other two boys were rushed to a hospital, Domingo said. One of the vehicles, a Honda, lost control near 22nd street and crashed into a light pole and then a tree.

3 Killed When Car Spins Out During Street Race In SanJose

Authorities say a car involved in a street race spun out and struck a pole before slamming into a tree on a San Jose, California, curb, killing three people. Authorities say the other car, an Acura, sped away from the scene and has not been found. The gold Honda Accord was an unreported stolen car taken from San Jose.   

Three Teens Killed, 1 Injured In San Jose Street RacingCrash

SAN JOSE (CBS SF) — Three teens were killed and another is in the hospital after a horrific crash late Tuesday night in San Jose. The intersection is roughly a mile east of San Jose State University. The victims have been identified as 15-year-old Jayleen Ciriaco and 18-year-old Oscar Gonzalez, according to the Santa Clara County medical examiner’s office. CBS RADIO and EYE Logo TM and Copyright 2015 CBS Broadcasting Inc. The Honda was an unreported stolen vehicle out of San Jose, police said.

3 teens killed in high-speed crash in San Jose, 1 still hospitalized

A fourth teen is in critical condition.The Honda, barely recognizable after passengers were extricated, was towed away early Wednesday morning."They were teens, really young, who had whole lives ahead of them. Police say that this could have been prevented. Sad to hear that," said Claudia Castrejon, who lives in the area.Neighbors say they're not surprised speed was a factor in this crash, especially in this part of downtown San Jose."Usually night Friday and Saturday nights, we see people racing, honking and yelling. Now it's taken away. We couldn't understand why or what happened, or who is at fault," said Melanie Martinez, a family member.Police say there were three other teens in the stolen Honda.One female passenger, identified as 15-year-old Jayleen Ciriaco, also died at the scene.The identity of the third victim who died has not been released.

San Jose: Police have not spoken to survivor of street-race crash that killed three

"We're hoping when he comes to, we can ascertain what happened," San Jose police spokesman Officer Albert Morales said. Jayleen Ciriaco of San Jose and Gilroy's Anthony Ramos, both 15, died at the scene. Oscar Avila Toledo, 18, of San Jose, died a short time later at the hospital. SAN JOSE -- Clarity over a purported street-race crash that killed three teens Tuesday continues to be elusive two days later, with investigators saying they have not been able to speak with the lone survivor, who remains in critical condition. Police are also seeking tips that could lead them to the gold Acura that the foursome was purportedly racing, which sped away after the crash.

Father mourns son killed in San Jose street racing crash, looking for information

The father of one of the three teenagers who died in a street racing crash last week in San Jose says he hopes more people come forward with information on what led to his son's death."I said can he rest in peace. I give it up to God, since I know I don't have him," Joe Sanchez Ramos said.Saturday night, Ramos joined a crowd of people near the site of Tuesday's crash to mourn the loss of the teenagers, including his son, 15-year-old Anthony Ramos.Jayleen Ciriaco, 15, and Oscar Avila Toledo, 18, were also killed.The three died when police say the stolen Honda they were in spun out of control and slammed into a tree.Police believe they were street racing.A fourth teenager survived but suffered serious injuries.Police are still looking for the driver of a second car involved.
Type: Car Accident
People Involved: 
Jayleen Ciriaco
Oscar Avila Toledo
Anthony Ramos

Comments

Why wasn't the vehicle reported stolen? Did the owner of the unreported stolen vehicle know any of the people involved in this collision?

Anthony ramos is my causin he didnt deserve this and im sorry for everyones loss none of them deserved such a short life

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