Three teenagers are dead after a deadly single-vehicle crash in Mesa.
On Wednesday around 9 p.m., the Mesa Police Department received calls about a crash near Crismon and Guadalupe roads.
As officers arrived, they reportedly found a blue Mustang with four people inside. The four people inside were teenage girls ranging between 15 to 17 years of age. They were later identified as Skyline High School students by school officials.
During a news conference Thursday afternoon, Mesa police said the driver was a 16-year-old girl.
Police said the driver and front passenger were pronounced dead on scene. Authorities also stated the two passengers in the back seat were transported to the hospital but one of the girls has since died. The lone surviving passenger sustained minor injuries.