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Two in Vintage Ford Mustang Killed in Fiery Mulholland Drive DUI Crash

Two people were killed and another was injured in a crash on Mulholland Drive in Woodland Hills.

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Two people were killed and another person was injured Tuesday night in a fiery crash involving a vintage Ford Mustang and another car in Woodland Hills.

A Toyota Camry collided with a 1960s-era Mustang in the 23000 block of Mulholland Drive. Two male victims in the Mustang died at the scene.

Their names were not immediately available from authorities, but friends identified the victims as Andrea Bullo, the owner of Malibu restaurant Moonshadows, and his 13-year-old son.

Friends, customers and coworkers gathered at Moonshadows Wednesday night to remember the victims.  

"He's a great dad," said Sabrina Zaretti. "Beautiful, beautiful boy."

Restaurant owner and friend Michael Cardenas brought flowers to the restaurant. He said he was planning a trip to Italy with Bullo and their children.

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"He had great integrity," said restaurant owner and friend Michael Cardenas. "He was honest to others and a family man. Just a good human being."

Bullo bought Moonshadows two decades ago. It is on Yelp's list of 100 Place to Dine in the U.S. The restaurant was closed Wednesday and will remain closed Thursday.

The injured 21-year-old driver of the Camry was hospitalized in good condition. The crash is being investigated as a possible DUI, according to police.

The Toyota driver was eastbound at a high rate of speed before the crash, police said.

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