Youtube star dies in horrific Dh734,000 supercar crash

Youtube star dies in horrific Dh734,000 supercar crash

Youtube star dies in horrific Dh734,000 supercar crash

A teenage Youtube star has been killed in a auto crash after driving 100mph down the wrong side of the motorway in California.

Trevor Heitmann, 18, was behind the wheel of the McLaren supercar during the collision near San Diego, according to ABC news and other news reports, citing California police.

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He last posted five months ago, but in a video in December he showed off his McLaren, BuzzFeed News reported Friday.

The crash involved other vehicles and halted 4:40pm peak-hour traffic on the Interstate 805 in San Diego.

Aileen Pizarro, 43, and her daughter Aryana Pizarro, 12, were killed instantly when he collided with their vehicle. The vehicle matches the description of the auto involved in Thursday's crash.

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He had nearly 900,000 subscribers on YouTube and hundreds of thousands of followers on Twitter.

Mrs Pizarro was a marriage and family counsellor and Aryana was due to start seventh grade on Monday, Dominic told the San Diego Union Tribune. "Unconditional support." Pizarro's boyfriend called her "an incredibly bright and lovely person" who could "raise three kids and put herself through school to get her masters-by herself-just to give them the best she can give them".

The son of victim Aileen Pizarro described his mother and sister to CBS News as the "kindest, most caring people in the world".

According to the Los Angeles Times, a person who called 911 to report the crash said, "The whole northbound side [of the freeway] is on fire". On Thursday afternoon, police rushed to his home on Sea Knoll Court after his father called to report Heitmann speeding away after he hit another family vehicle.

The fatal vehicle accident took place 30 minutes after Heitmann crashed his sports auto into a gate at Ashley Falls Elementary School, San Diego Police said.

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