A rollover crash on Interstate 10 has left two dead and several injured, according to California highway patrol.
It happened Friday night just after 11:30 p.m. near the exit of Cook St.
Calfire confirms an SUV rolled over on the highway injuring a total of seven victims after reportedly bouncing off the center divider.
Six-year-old Alia Toomer and two-year-old Jeremiah Toomer of bothell, Washington were pronounced dead at the scene and another infant was airlifted to the hospital with serious injuries.
The other four victims were also transported to the hospital with moderate injuries by ambulance.
The California highway patrol says alcohol and drugs did not play a factor in the crash.
They also say, four of the seven people were ejected from the vehicle due to improper use of car seats and seat belts.
California Highway Patrol is still investigating the accident.
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