A suspected drunk driver rammed into a car at an estimated 90-plus miles-per-hour, killing a man, police said.

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The motorist and a passenger fled but two others stayed put, the LAPD says: They suffered severe injuries, cops said. It all happened early Saturday in South L.A:

It appears, however, that those two are not talking. Or maybe they're not able to talk.

Because cops are still on the lookout for the driver, who was behind the wheel of a 2001 Chevrolet Monte Carlo when it rear-ended a 2004 Honda Accord about 1:45 a.m. Saturday, according the the LAPD.

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The Monte Carlo was speeding west on Gage when it hit the Accord, which was also headed in that direction, cops said.

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The Honda's driver, 47-year-old, Armando Aceves of Covina, was pronounced dead at the scene, according to the department.

The two men in the suspect's car who were injured were ID'd as Luigi Velasquez and Amado Marcial, both 20-year-olds from L.A., police said. Velasquez was said to be on life support.

A third passenger fled with the driver, cops said.

Detectives believe the suspect, a 20-year-old Latino about 5 feet 10, 150 pounds, was under the influence when the collision happened.

Got info on his whereabouts? Call investigators at 213-972-1825.

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