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High-speed collision in eastern Chula Vista kills two people

The investigation is ongoing and the Chula Vista Police Department have yet to identify the two individuals killed in the collision.
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The identity of two individuals killed in a high-speed crash Sunday evening in Chula Vista remains unknown, according to officials. 

The Chula Vista Police Department responded to a collision shortly before 10 p.m. on Olympic Parkway near Hunte Parkway. A vehicle was caught on fire when officers arrived. Officers extinguished the flames and found two people dead inside. 

According to a witness, one of the cars was speeding and smashed into another  vehicle, sending one of the cars flying  off the road. In an update provided Monday Morning, the identity of the two deceased individuals are “currently unknown”. 

The CVPD has not yet determined the cause of the crash. An investigation is ongoing and the  CVPD asked any witnesses to contact their traffic bureau. The department's non-emergency line is 619-691-5151.