Police say speeding is to blame for a deadly accident that claimed the lives of three over the weekend.
The crash happened Sunday night just before 11:30 p.m. on SPID and Kostoryz.
59-year-old Tamara Kindred was traveling north on Kostoryz when her vehicle was struck by a driver speeding west on the SPID access road.
Police say the speeding driver, identified as 29-year-old Joshua Del Bosque, had ran a red light.
Kindred and her 16-year-old granddaughter Aujuni Anderson were both killed in the crash, as well as Bosque.
Officers on scene closed off the intersection for several hours while traffic investigators worked the scene.
Action 10 spoke with Elizabeth Anderson who lost her mother and daughter in the crash.
She says her mother had just picked up her granddaughter from work and both were on their way home when the crash happened.
"I just wanted people out in the public to be aware of what speeding just alone can do. It can cause these tragedies where people can lose their family members in the blink of an eye, and they're gone... And you never know that is going to happen but people are so quick to speed in the street all the time," said Elizabeth Anderson.
Crash investigators say speeding was the main cause of the accident, but alcohol may have also been a factor.
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