YouTube gamer kills himself, a mother and daughter in high-speed crash

YouTube gamer kills himself, a mother and daughter in high-speed crash

YouTube gamer kills himself, a mother and daughter in high-speed crash

To press, the San Diego California Highway Patrol said that an 18-year-old had been driving a black McLaren sports auto at over 161km/h, which crashed directly into an SUV, killing a 43-year-old woman and her 12-year-old daughter. He collided with a Hyundai driven by a 43-year-old woman who was with her 12-year-old daughter.

The collision happened in San Diego on Thursday just after 4.30pm where the 18-year-old internet personality lived.

Image via FOX 5 San Diego.

According to the California Highway Patrol, the mother and daughter have yet to be formally identified because of how badly their bodies were burned.

The initial fiery wreck triggered a series of chain-reaction collisions involving at least six other vehicles.

California Highway Patrol told the Los Angeles Times that the accident involved nearly a dozen vehicles and shut down traffic on the northbound lane of I-805.

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".

In one video, from December 2017, Heitmann discussed his vehicle, a 641-horsepower black McLaren 650S, which he said "beats just about every other super auto in a drag race".

The northbound freeway was shut down for several hours, bringing the evening rush-hour commute to a halt.

McSkillet, whose real name is Trevor Heitmann, had over 900,000 subscribers on YouTube, and was apparently making some pretty serious money off of the platform as well as gambling, gaming sponsorships, and selling content through his CSGO website.

He had not uploaded a video to his channel for five months.

Prior to the incident, the McLaren supercar was seen crashing into the gates at Ashley Falls Elementary School, and drove recklessly through the campus, endangering students. The skins were used for the goal of changing the look of the characters in the game, Counter Strike: Global Offensive.

Several students reported that the driver of that vehicle had driven through a fence and then broken a window while no classes were in session.

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