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Three teenage soccer players and two girls who died in horror crash after car veered off freeway and caught fire on way back from California theme park

Pictured: Five teens who died in horror crash after car driven by unlicensed 16 year old veered off freeway as they traveled home from theme park

Five teens died when BMW hit guardrail, rolled and bvlgari knock off chain necklace caught fire on SaturdayMale victims: Alex Sotelo, Matthew Melo and Brandon Moreno, aged 14 15Jenny Campos and Jenny Bahen also died in crash on I 5 freeway in IrvineUnlicensed driver, 16, found badly hurt around 50 yards from scorched carHe was taken to hospital, where he remains in serious but stable conditionBoth of the girls and one of male passengers were not wearing seat beltsInvestigators inspecting BMW and looking at whether speed was a factorBy

These are the three teenage soccer players and two girls who were killed when the bulgari gold imitation pendant car they were being driven back from a theme park in veered off a freeway and burst into flames.

Alex Sotelo, Matthew Melo, Brandon Moreno, Jenny Campos and Jenny Bahen, aged 14 to 15, died when their white BMW sedan crashed on the I 5 freeway in Irvine, California, at 2am on Saturday.

Bradley Morales, the 16 year old unlicensed driver and lone survivor, lost control of the vehicle, before it smashed into a guardrail, rolled off an embankment and caught fire.

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Location: The driver, who was either ejected bvlgari bvlgari necklace knock off from the car or climbed out after it stopped, lost control of the vehicle as it was headed south, just north of Alton Parkway, back toward Mission Viejo (pictured)

Both of the girls and one of the boys were not wearing seat belts, the California Highway Patrol said.

On Saturday night, a candelight vigil was held at Laguna Hills High School, where the two female victims were students and members of the water polo team.

Family members, friends and students gathered to honor the teenage girls, while flowers and photos were place around the school's swimming pool.

Vigil: Family members, friends and students are pictured mourning during the service at Capistrano on Sunday. Alex and Matthew were both ninth graders at the school in Mission bvlgari necklace silver copy Viejo, where they also played football

Speaking through tears, one female pupils said: 'I love them I'll always keep them in my heart.' Another student added: 'I'm going to miss them, a lot.'

The three male victims, from Mission Viejo, were identified by their soccer coach, who realized something had gone wrong when they failed to turn up for Saturday morning's game.

Billy McNicoll told how Alex, his team's top goal scorer, and Matt were well established players, while Brandon was a newer addition. Their loss hit the team hard.

Speaking to the LA Times, he said: 'These are good boys. We are devastated. Just devastated.'

Candles: Both of the girls and one of the boys were not wearing seat belts, the California Highway Patrol said

The soccer team canceled all of its games for the weekend as players and their relatives came to terms with the boys' deaths.

Alex and Matthew were ninth graders at Capistrano Valley High School in Mission Viejo, while Brandon was in the eighth grade at Carl Hankey Middle School in the same town.

One female student at Capistrano, which held a candlelight vigil with around 4,000 attendees on Sunday, said: 'I'm just feeling so, just so bad, and just asking God, "Why is this happening?".'

Matthew's father, Ivan Melo, wore his son's cleats around his neck to the vigil, as well as a medal from a soccer tournament. He told ABC 7: 'Never thought or crossed my mind that this would ever happen, you know, it should've never happened.'

Theme park: The teenagers were on their way back from the Knott's Scary Farm event (pictured)

Bradley, who was either ejected from the car or climbed out after it stopped, lost control of the vehicle as it was headed south, just north of Alton Parkway, back toward Mission Viejo.

Under Californian law, drivers younger than 17 and a half are not allowed on the road between 11pm and 5am, or to carry passengers under 20.

Investigators are still looking in to what exactly may have caused the crash. They are inspecting the 1995 BMW for signs of mechanical failure that might have contributed to the incident.

It has also been suggested that speed was a factor based on skid marks the freeway and the distance that the car traveled after hitting the guardrail. Drugs and alcohol were not involved.

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