DENVER (CBS4)– Friends and family gathered in Confluence Park on Monday night to remember five teenagers who were killed in a violent rollover crash over the weekend.

The Colorado State Patrol says their car was speeding early Sunday morning when the driver lost control of the vehicle near the Arapahoe-Elbert County Line. It ran off the right side of the road and through a ditch, became airborne, collided with the ground, became airborne a second time rolling end over end and coming to a rest as it caught fire.

(credit: CBS)

(credit: CBS)

There were three males and two females in the car. One of the females was ejected. No one survived.

Dozens gathered to remember the victims in a candlelight vigil. One family member talked about two of the victims, her cousins Levi and Angelo Andazalo.

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(credit: CBS)

“The family needs support; everybody needs it and that we could have a moment for them, how they left, is just tragic,” said vigil organizer Manuella Castaneda.

“It’s just hard, as a mother I could not imagine it, it just feels heartbreaking. They had a whole life ahead of them,” said family friend Christina Castaneda.

(credit: CBS)

(credit: CBS)

Family members have set up a GoFundMe page for Angelo and Levi Anadazola, Omar Medina, and Jenny Flores.

  1. Robert Gift, EMT says:

    So sorry. So young. Alcohol?
    Seat-belts can be so important and valuable in saving lives in severe impacts

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