first_imgThe Honda was later found nearby at Brookside Mobile Home Park, where all of the suspects and victims lived. Witnesses told police that someone pushed the Honda from the accident scene into the mobile home park. Three people in the Ford F-150 were treated at the scene of the collision for minor injuries, Batres said. Residents of the mobile home park were stunned Tuesday. “It’s so sad that this happened,” neighborhood resident Lorraine Marquez said. The deaths marked the second time in 36 hours that an illegal street race resulted in tragedy. In Pico Rivera on Sunday, Brian Ramirez, 18, of Los Angeles was killed in a high-speed race on Rosemead Boulevard on Sunday, according to the California Highway Patrol. tania.chatila@sgvn.com (626) 962-8811, Ext. 2109160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! The crash happened about 5:40p.m. Monday on Parkway Drive at Elliott Avenue near a four-way stop. Police believe that Canizalez and Morones were in a high-speed race on Parkway Drive, which has a speed limit of 25 mph. Traffic investigators have not yet determined how fast the vehicles were traveling at the time of the crash. Canizalez, behind the wheel of a Ford Mustang, is suspected of colliding with Groce’s Nissan Altima, El Monte police Detective Ralph Batres said. The force of the crash rammed the Nissan into a stopped Ford F-150 pickup truck with several people inside, he said. The Nissan burst into flames. Los Angeles County Department of Coroner officials said Tuesday they did not yet know whether the three died as a result of the crash or the fire. About the same time, police suspect Morones crashed his Honda Accord into a parked car and fled on foot, Batres said. • Photo Gallery: Mother, two kids died in burning car • Photo Gallery: Tragedy in El Monte• Video: Tragedy in El Monte Authorities searched Tuesday for an El Monte man in connection with a street race that ended in a fiery crash, killing a mother and her two children. Martin Morones, 21, is wanted for vehicular manslaughter and three counts of murder resulting from the wreck Monday evening that killed 41-year-old Dora Groce, her son Robert, 8, and daughter Catherine, 4, police said. A second man, Robert Canizalez, 19, of El Monte was arrested at the scene on suspicion of three counts of murder. His bail is set at $3 million. last_img