Transcript for Collision kills 3 in Southern California
We turn next here to the deadly collision in southern California. A car ramming into another car with six takers inside. Three of the teenagers killed. And tonight, the highway patrol saying the adult driver did it on purpose. Here's ABC's Zachary kiesch. Reporter: Tonight, three teenagers are dead after this horrific crash. A suspect accused of ramming his car into theirs after a chase that may have begun after the teens rang his doorbell and drove off. It happened Sunday night east of Los Angeles. Six teenagers were in this Toyota prius when police say they were run off the road by this white Infiniti driven by 42-year-old anurag Chandra. Drake Ruiz and Daniel Hawkins died at the hospital. Jacob ivascu died at the scene. Police say Chandra left the an eyewitness followed him to his home where he was taken into custody. Our investigation led us to believe Mr. Chandra intentionally rammed the prius, Reporter: As police investigate a motive, drake Ruiz's mother Debbie says the teens were playing a game known as ding-dong ditch, ringing doorbells and running when a man came after them. When he came out and got in his car to chase after them, they fled for their lives, basically. It's just quite a family here, so, when something like this happens, it's -- it hurts. Reporter: Chandra is facing multiple felony counts, including three charges of murder. Tonight, he's being held without David? Zachary, thank you.
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