2 Killed, 2 Hurt in Fiery, Suspected DUI Crash on I-15

Photos of the fiery, deadly crash on Interstate 15 near Miramar Road that left two dead and two others hurt on Jan. 3, 2018.

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The scene of the fiery crash on northbound I-15 on Jan. 3, 2018. Witnesses said they saw smoke coming from the wrecked Toyota and knew they had to stop to help the victims inside.
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The scene of the deadly I-15 crash as the Toyota went up in flames on Jan. 3, 2018. Of the three people inside the car, only one survived.
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The scene of the fiery crash on northbound I-15 on Jan. 3, 2018.
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The Toyota, carrying three victims, burst into flames on the freeway after being hit twice.
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After the Toyota was hit by Levi, it remained in the middle of the freeway, unable to move. An off-duty SDPD officer driving home from work then crashed into the wreckage. The officer suffered moderate injuries.
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After rear-ending the Toyota at 100 mph, DUI suspect Jeffrey Levi crashed his red Mustang into a ditch off I-15. He was arrested.
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After rear-ending the Toyota at 100 mph, DUI suspect Jeffrey Levi crashed his red Mustang into a ditch off I-15.
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After rear-ending the Toyota at 100 mph, DUI suspect Jeffrey Levi crashed his red Mustang into a ditch off I-15.
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DUI suspect Jeffrey Levi was arrested and faces several charges including vehicular manslaughter and DUI.
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DUI suspect Jeffrey Levi was arrested and faces several charges including vehicular manslaughter and DUI.
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The collision shut down all lanes of northbound I-15 at Miramar and Pomerado roads for hours, snarling traffic for miles up to State Route 52 and Interstate 15.
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Passerby Todd Holdren witnessed the crash and pulled over, along with other Good Samaritans, to help the victims in the Toyota. He said another Good Samaritan took the lead on rescuing Jiovanna Dominguez. “That man was incredibly brave. We were trying to knock out the window. He found a flashlight and he opened the door and pulled that woman to safety,” Holdren said.
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"I could see she was in shock and she was holding her chest; she couldn't breathe,” said Good Samaritan Jose Aguilera, remembering the moment he stopped to help Jiovanna Dominguez. “The flames were like, oh man, they were like 15 to 20 feet high, I would say. They just burst like a bomb.”
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Jesus David Dominguez, 33, was one of two victims killed in the fiery crash. He was a father of two and also leaves behind a wife.
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Jesus David Dominguez (grey suit), 33, with his family. He leaves behind a 5-year-old son, 8-year-old daughter and wife.
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Isaac Felix (left), 18, was the second victim killed in the crash. He was the boyfriend of Jiovanna Dominguez (right), 18, the sole survivor of the collision.
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Jesus David Dominguez, 33, was one of two victims killed in the fiery crash. He was a father of two and also leaves behind a wife.
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Jiovanna Dominguez, 18, survived the crash. Her brother and boyfriend were killed.
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Isaac Felix, 19, was one of two men killed in the I-15 crash on Jan. 3, 2018.
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Felix's family told NBC 7 the young man had dreams of being an architect and was planning on starting school soon.
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Jose Cano lost his brother-in-law, Jesus David Dominguez in the crash. He said his family has been experiencing a lot of death and tragedy over the past few months. “It’s traumatic. We’re all still in shock. You have moments where you break down but, as of now, what can you do?” Jose Cano told NBC 7. “They’re gone and you’re just left with nothing but questions.”
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Jesus David Dominguez's widow is grieving the sudden death of her husband. "I'm heartbroken. I have nothing to look at my husband at, but photos," she told NBC 7.
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Tiere Cano lost her brother, Jesus David Dominguez, in the crash. Her sister, Jiovanna Dominguez, was saved by Good Samaritans. “Thank God my sister’s alive,” Cano told NBC 7. “Someone saved her life and I want to thank whoever saved her life, whoever pulled her out, because if it wasn’t for that person, my sister would be dead right now.”
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