In a matter of seconds, the three teenagers who stole a Maserati in Florida crashed against a business and one of them died.

In the incident reported early Sunday morning in St. Petersburg, the other two suspects were injured.

According to Pinellas County Sheriff Bob Gualtieri’s report, driver Keondrick Lang, 15, sped up the stolen vehicle after a sergeant ordered him to stop.

The minor accelerated up to 123 mph until he lost control a few blocks from the intervention area of ​​the authorities.

The 2016 car jumped a curb and was practically thrown into a commercial sign. The vehicle was upside down.

A video from a helicopter captured from the moment the young people stole the car until the fatal outcome.

Lang uses a glove to open the door of the car that was parked in a driveway to a driveway near the street. The other two enter the car. The footage shows Lang driving on a patch of grass on 62nd Avenue with his lights off.

After a chase that lasted for a minute and a half, the car crashes about 19 seconds after police distance themselves from the suspects.

Mario Bonilla, 15, who was in the front passenger seat, died at the scene, and Lang and Malachi Daniels, 16, remain hospitalized; the first in critical condition.

Charges have not yet been filed against the youth. But the authorities sayd Lang is expected to be charged with third-degree murder that applies when someone dies while committing a crime.


Categorized in: