Elk Grove Police have released few details about the wreck.

ELK GROVE, California – 9 p.m. update:

18-year-old Naiomi Brown was identified by the Sacramento County coroner as one of two people killed in an early morning accident on Monday.

The Elk Grove Unified School District (EGUSD) offers advice to any employee or student who may need it after the fatal crash.

“It was a tragic and fatal event and we hope we can offer some comfort at this point,” said EGUSD’s Xanthi Soriano. “As more information becomes available, we will respond by providing the assistance we need.”

A memorial is located after a fatal car accident that killed two people in Elk Grove. The incident occurred outside Franklin High School early Monday morning.

Elk Grove Police have released few details about the wreck.

First responders were called to Whitelock Parkway and Franklin Road at around 4:45 a.m. When they arrived, the emergency services found a car split in half. According to Elk Grove Police, two of the four passengers were killed.

“One died on the spot, the other was rushed to hospital with serious injuries,” said Elk Grove Police spokeswoman Hannah Gray.

Investigators have not yet revealed the identity of the people inside, but many Franklin High School teenagers have recognized the car and fear their friends were inside.

“I don’t understand why my body feels this way right now. I feel numb, “said JoJo Tucker, a friend of the alleged victims.” I don’t feel anything because I can’t believe it. ”

At this point, ABC10 will not disclose the names of people in the car until Elk Grove Police or families have released the names of the victims.

Investigators have yet to reveal the cause of the wreck, but many locals suspect speed was a factor.

Teressa Plammottil could see the wrecked car outside her window and she saw many vehicles ignoring the speed limit signs.

“Lots of young people are running down this street,” explained Plammottil

The police or the city were unable to provide us with traffic reports of over speeding on Whitelock Parkway, but it is evident that speeding on this street is a problem. Several warnings, cameras and an electric speed sign are clearly displayed for the driver.

Plammottil hopes the city and / or the police will take notice of the speeding limit on Whitelock Parkway, but for the moment she expresses her condolences to the family.

“Families were affected,” said Plammottil. “The entire community was affected.”

Further details of a fatal crash that occurred outside Franklin High School in Elk Grove Monday morning are revealed.

A 2004 Toyota Camry collided with a tree, killing two people from the vehicle, according to a press release from the Elk Grove Police. One of these people died of his injuries and the second was taken to a nearby hospital and is said to survive. Firefighters had to rescue the other two people who were driving in the car. One was killed in the crash and the other was taken to hospital with life-threatening injuries.

The identity of those killed was not made public. The cause of the crash is still being investigated.

At least two people were killed in a morning car accident outside Franklin High School in Elk Grove.

According to police, there were four people in the car at the time of the accident, which took place around 4:45 a.m. on Monday. The car hit a tree, splitting it in half on impact, throwing two people out of the car. The two surviving passengers were taken to a hospital.

Elk Grove Police closed Whitelock Parkway to eastbound traffic between Franklin High Road and Bellaterra Drive to investigate the cause of the crash. The lane was opened again shortly before 4 p.m.

Whitelock Parkway is closed to the east between Franklin High Road and Bellaterra Drive as traffic investigators are investigating a fatal collision with a single vehicle. Please use an alternative route at this time. pic.twitter.com/NiZ3mimlKc

– EGPD (@ElkGrovePD) February 22, 2021

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