Three people died, including a child, and a fourth is in critical condition after a crash in southeast Fresno on Thursday night.
The damage was obvious even without daylight.
Two crushed cars, one of them upside down and leaking gasoline, both of them now partly on the sidewalk on Maple.
"It was a horrific collision," said Fresno Police Sgt. Rich O'Dell. "It really was."
You could still see the marks of a tragedy on Friday: The memorial candles, the marking along the wall where one of the cars hit, pieces of the car on the wall, and even though police cleaned up, pieces of the cars here and for half a block.
Police suspect an intoxicated driver caused it, but they're waiting for the toxicology report to confirm it.
They say witnesses described Richard Blair-Rodriguez as driving about 100 miles per hour before he veered into oncoming traffic and killed 26-year-old Zaira Lamas and her partner's 10-year-old son, Armando Duran Hernandez.
The mother is in critical condition.