Crash kills 2 Nampa teens after deputies chase vehicle from Oregon to Idaho

Authorities are investigating a Saturday evening police chase that left two Nampa teenagers lifeless.

Simply after 9 p.m. Saturday, the Ontario Police Division requested the Payette County Sheriff’s Workplace for assist pursuing a black Volkswagen Jetta that was headed towards Fruitland, Idaho, in line with a information launch from the Payette County Sheriff’s Workplace. The Sheriff’s Workplace stated the Jetta, which didn’t have license plates, was driving quick with no headlights.

Deputies discovered the car heading southbound on Elmore Highway and started pursuing it, the Sheriff’s Workplace stated. When the Jetta approached U.S. 30, it left the highway, entered a canal and hit the facet of a concrete bridge, in line with the information launch.

Each a 16-year-old teenage lady and the 19-year-old male driver died contained in the automotive, the discharge stated. The Payette County Coroner’s Workplace is predicted to determine the occupants and launch the trigger and method of demise. Idaho State Police helps to research the crash.

The New Plymouth Rural Fireplace Division together with a number of tow firms eliminated the car from the canal, and police later decided that the Jetta was stolen from Ontario, the discharge stated.

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