Stolen Vehicle Pursuit Near A Street and Hathaway Avenue Resulted in Two Fatalities

SAN LEANDRO, CA (June 22, 2023) – Early Monday morning, a police pursuit following a fiery crash on Davis Street left two suspects dead and a girl injured. Deputies responded to a chase shortly before 2:00 a.m. near A Street and Hathaway Avenue in the city of Hayward. Subsequently, authorities managed to locate the stolen 2007 gray Toyota Camry that was carjacked by a victim on Sunday. Deputies tried to pull over the Toyota while traveling north on I-880 near Highway 238. However, the driver ignored law enforcement and exited the highway at a high rate of speed. Eventually, the suspect lost control of the vehicle in the area of Davis Street after attempting to evade a tire deflation device. The suspect then crashed head-on into a tree near Preda Street. Authorities declared the two suspects inside the vehicle dead at the scene. Their identities remain undisclosed by the police. Meanwhile, a 14-year-old girl tried to exit from the rear passenger area but was trapped by her foot. Paramedics transported the teenage girl to a hospital for treatment. In addition, authorities found a firearm in the vehicle’s glove compartment. Further investigations revealed that the stolen car may have been connected to a homicide last Sunday night in Manteca. At this time, the Manteca Police Department is asking anyone with additional information about the fiery crash to contact them immediately.
Sincere sympathies to the family and friends of the victims. Thoughts are with them during this very difficult time.
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