A PREGNANT woman and three others have died as an “out-of-control” SUV plunged 200 feet off of a “dangerous” California bridge.
The vehicle plummeted over the Carquinez Bridge in Northern California on Tuesday night.
Four people died in the incident[/caption]
It is the third car to have driven from the dangerous bridge this year, FOX2 reported.
Dashcam footage, seen by the outlet, showed the SUV driving at a high speed before losing control and spinning out.
The vehicle then went over the side and fell onto a stationed freight train.
The outlet reported that the Contra Costa Country coroner has since identified the victims as Kyle Erickson, 19, Christopher Mata, 21, Cecelia Ayala, 22, and Perla Navarro, 19 – who was two months pregnant.
Veronica Martinez’, Navarro’s mother, told the outlet: “She was always very loving, warm, and nurturing.
Cecelia Ayala was 22 years old[/caption]
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“I’m not going to be able to talk to her or see her walk through the door, or hold my grandbaby.”
The California Highway Patrol is currently handling the investigation and said that it does not know what caused the crash.
“We don’t know if it was due to high speed or related to traffic issues,” CHP Officer David Harvey told the outlet.