The video shows the moment of the fatal crash in Pasadena that killed three people

Pasadena police released video of a single-vehicle crash that left three people dead and three injured.

The early morning accident occurred around 2:38 a.m. May 11 in the 2300 block of Foothill Boulevard. The affected vehicle was a Tesla Model 3, built in 2018.

According to authorities, the Tesla was traveling west on Football Boulevard at more than 100 miles per hour and ran a red light at Sierra Madre Boulevard. Video obtained by KTLA shows the Tesla narrowly missing a northbound vehicle at the intersection.

As the Tesla approaches Vista Avenue, it hits the curb and loses control. The vehicle then struck a streetlight and spun into the air before colliding with a utility pole and then into a vacant building about 130 feet away.

According to Pasadena police, four passengers were in the back seat and none of them were wearing seatbelts. All victims were ejected from the Tesla.

The driver of the vehicle, 22-year-old Moheb Samuel, died at the scene of the accident. The passenger, who was not identified until next of kin were notified, also died.

One of the passengers who was sitting in the back of the vehicle, 20-year-old Stefan Pfeifer, was pronounced dead. His mother tells KTLA 5’s Sara Welch the accident happened five blocks from their home.

Authorities say a 17-year-old female passenger, who has not been identified, is in critical condition. The two remaining victims, 20-year-old Emerson Newquist and 18-year-old Bella Ramirez, were transported to the hospital in stable condition.

The county medical examiner’s office will conduct a toxicology test to determine whether drugs or alcohol were a factor in the accident.

A witness who was near the accident described the horrific scene.

“It was a bit like a sci-fi movie, as I was walking down the street I saw the bodies lying around,” Bill Otto said. “They asked for help, I didn’t know who to help first, everyone was unwell.”

The violent impact left several pieces of debris in the area and several homes lost power due to the crash.

“We heard a loud bang,” said witness Robert Phillips. “And then the power flashed and then went out.”

Area residents tell Welch that speeding near the accident scene is common and hope Pasadena officials will take safety measures.