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Three teenagers tragically lost their lives in a car accident in Mesa, Arizona, on Wednesday night.

The four teens, all students at Skyline High School, were reportedly good friends.

According to witnesses, the car hydroplaned and crashed into a pole, making a loud noise that sounded like an explosion.

The accident occurred on Guadalupe Road, just blocks away from where one of the witnesses, Megan McKinney, lives.

The 16-year-old driver apparently lost control of the vehicle while changing lanes, hit a curb, and flipped over after hitting a landscaping boulder.

Two of the teens died at the scene, and two others were taken to the hospital, but only a 14-year-old girl survived with minor injuries.

All four were wearing seat belts.

The community is mourning their loss, and a growing memorial has been set up near the site of the crash.

Skyline High School district expressed their condolences and said that resources would be made available to students and staff on Monday.

Mesa Police are still investigating the cause of the accident.

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