UPDATE JUNE 27: On Tuesday night, more than 200 friends and loved ones gathered to honor the teens killed.
"I really don't have any words to say," said one young girl.
"I just want everyone to be careful," said another heartbroken friend.
According to Pablo Torres' arrest report, he was driving with a revoked driver's license at the time of the crash.
Police said Torres and his boyfriend were leaving a party when the two got into an argument. His boyfriend got out of the car and then Torres sped off and ran a stop sign at Judson Avenue and Marion Drive. Torres' vehicle then struck another SUV, killing two teens inside.
Family members tell 13 Action News Torres was a cook set to start a new job on Monday. Like the rest of the community, they said they are devastated for the loss of two young lives.
Two teens are dead after their vehicle was hit by an alleged drunk driver around 10 p.m. Saturday.
Witnesses and evidence at the scene indicated that a Ford Expedition was traveling south on Marion Drive, while a Kia Soul was going east on Judson Avenue. The Ford failed to stop at a stop sign and crashed into the left side of the Kia as it crossed the intersection.
Both vehicles rotated and stopped. The two teenage passengers were ejected from the back seat of the Kia and pronounced dead at the scene. The driver of the Kia and the passenger in the front seat were taken to the hospital with minor injuries.
Police arrested the driver of the Ford, identified as 36-year-old Pablo Torres, under suspicion of driving under the influence of alcohol. The crash remains under investigation.
One of the teens was identified by the Clark County Coroner as 16-year-old Moises Rivera from Las Vegas. The other teen has been unofficially identified by family as 14-year-old Oscar Ayala.
A GoFundMe has been set up for Ayala.