A deadly car crash near Crismon and Guadalupe Road in Mesa, Arizona has left three teenage girls dead and one in the hospital.
The victims were all students at Skyline High School and were on spring break at the time of the accident.
The car, a blue Mustang, was carrying four teenage girls, and speed and rainy road conditions are being investigated as possible factors in the crash.
The driver of the car lost control, hit a curb, and then collided with a landscaping boulder, causing the vehicle to flip over.
The community is in mourning, and a makeshift memorial has been set up at the site of the tragedy.
The mother of one of the surviving victims, 14-year-old Angela Dyson, spoke out about the tragedy, saying that her heart goes out to the parents of the victims.
Skyline High School has announced that it will have counselors and a crisis team available for students when they return from spring break.