Mourners gathered in Santa Ana on Sunday night to remember the victims in a suspected DUI crash that claimed the life of a teenager.
Roberto Rubio, 18, was killed and five other people were taken to hospitals after Herbert Granados Calderon, 23, ran a red light and caused a three-vehicle crash at the intersection of South Bristol Street and Central Avenue about 9:20 p.m. Saturday, the Santa Ana Police Department said.
Rubio was pronounced dead at the scene. Three of the victims suffered serious trauma and two others sustained minor injuries, police said.
Herbert Granados Calderon, a Santa Ana resident who had his license suspended for a previous DUI, was arrested for drunken driving, police said.
A Lexus was going southbound on Bristol Street when it ran the red light at Central Avenue and broadsided a Honda, where the 18-year-old man was an occupant, police said. The impact of that crash caused the Honda to strike a Chevrolet pickup truck.
At least one victim had to be cut from the wreckage.
Calderon was held without bond because of a probation violation.
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City News Service contributed to this report.