A 19-year-old died in a high-speed collision in San Bernardino Monday in what police believed was a street-racing crash.
"I think he was doing 70, 80 miles per hour," Joseph Turner, who owns a business nearby, said.
The man was identified as Gonzalo Alexis Fuentes, Lt. Richard Lawhead of the San Bernardino Police Department said.
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The San Bernardino Police Department was investigating the deadly crash near Waterman Avenue and 9th Street at 4:15 p.m.
Lawhead said at least two cars were believed to be racing at a high rate of speed before the crash.
One car was torn in half in the wreck after taking down a power pole and shearing a fire hydrant.
"The young man had already deceased at the time. I went and saw the car -- the car was just split in half," Turner said.
The location of the crash was near E Neal Roberts Elementary School, and a section of 9th Street was still closed at 11 p.m.
Police were looking for a sedan they believe was linked to the crash and released a surveillance image to the public. Anyone with information on the sedan was asked to call police at 909-384-5742.