UPDATE FEB. 27: Loved ones say the two victims, identified as Ana Laura Montes-Chacon and Alfredo Flores-Hernandez, were engaged to be married. According to the Montes family, the couple was heading to the grocery store when the crash happened on Sunday evening.
"I don't know if she was scared," said sister Serenity Montes.
Montes leaves behind 7 siblings.
ORIGINAL: Two people are dead after a terrible crash in Las Vegas Sunday around 4:46 p.m.
Ana & her fiancé were killed in a crash last night as they made a quick stop to the grocery story near Westcliff/Rainbow. Family has set up this account to plan the teen’s funeral. https://t.co/kG2VbPUZTL @KTNV
— Mahsa Saeidi, Esq. (@MahsaKTNV) February 27, 2018
Police say a white Chrysler 300 was speeding down Rainbow Boulevard, near Westcliff Drive, when the driver t-boned a black Toyota Corolla. Both the driver and passenger of the Toyota died at the scene.
The Clark County coroner identified the deceased as 19-year-old Ana Laura Montes-Chacon and Alfredo Flores-Hernandez of Las Vegas. Both died of multiple blunt force injuries.
Witnesses report seeing the black car spin in the air multiple times and the white car hopped the curb and crashed into the nearby bank.
Lance Gordon nearly predicted the crash when he saw the white car speed by him on Rainbow.
Gordon and another man rushed over to the white car to help the driver. Gordon says the man didn't want help and was mad when he got out of his car.
"He was talking about wanting to go beat up the people that he just hit," said Gordon.
Gordon says the man was handcuffed and then brought to the hospital for his injuries. The 38-year-old driver was later released from UMC Trauma.
"I get on the highways you do 5 over, but this, you're in the middle of the city," said Gordon. "At any point, at any moment, someone could pop out and you don't know and there's no time to react especially when you're going that fast, driving that big of a vehicle, damage is going to be huge."