PHOENIX (KSAZ) - New details have been released surrounding the fiery crash of a stolen SUV Monday night.
Seven people were inside the car, when it collided with another car and burst into flames along I-17, resulting in the death of three females, including a 13-year-old.
The 14-year-old male who was driving the car survived, and could face some serious charges in this deadly crash.
The vehicle involved, a Ford Expedition, was stolen out of a parking lot at Metrocenter on Sunday. The following night, that same car was packed with seven people when it crashed, killing nearly half of the passengers inside.
According to police, the incident is a bit of a mystery, as there were four adults and three minors in the car, but an unlicensed, underaged driver behind the wheel.
FOX 10's Nicole Garcia reports.