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Abdulrahman M. Alyahyan, Nozad Al Hamawendi, Cecilia D. Zamora, Aurora C. Cabrera, Robin A. Cabrera Identified As Five Teens Killed in Newport Beach Crash

Photo of accident from CBS News.

Photo of accident from CBS News.

Law enforcement officials on Tuesday released the names of the five teenagers who were killed in a horrific crash in Newport Beach on Monday night and four of the victims attended Irvine High School.



The deadly crash took place at approximately 5:20 p.m. on Jamboree Road, just north of Island Lagoon Drive in Newport Beach.

In a statement to the media on Tuesday afternoon the victims are Driver Abdulrahman M. Alyahyan, 17, a 12th grade student at University High School; Passenger, Nozad Al Hamawendi, 17, an 11th grade student at, Irvine High School; Passenger Cecilia D. Zamora 17, an 11th grade at Irvine High School; Passenger- Aurora C. Cabrera, 16, a 10th grade student at Irvine High School and Passenger Robin A. Cabrera, 17, a 12th grade student at Irvine High. It is believed that the Robin and Aurora Cabrera were sisters.

An investigation into the exact cause of the accident has been ongoing since the deadly crash took place on Memorial Day.

Los Cerritos Community Newspaper will have additional details as they are made public.

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I wonder if the media will ever report the names of the parents and where they live and the registered owner of the car driven by the no license driver? What are they hiding?

McMahon, J.

Tuesday, May 28, 2013. Many of the photos in my blog, are accidents ready to happy. Yes, putting city of Cerritos and our council on notice, accidents are ripe for Cerritos, as our city trees and landscape are not compatible for our streets. Many sheriffs have complained, as our PW does nothing and our CCC lavishly enjoys trips abroad, instead of investing in our most valuable commodity, OUR URBAN LANDSCAPE! Tired of tragedies accidents stemming from Malibu and Newport. Both cities are home to very expensive race cars. Imagine most of these students were from top performing educational institutions.… Read more »