A Murrieta student involved in a traffic crash the night of Vista Murrieta High School's prom has died, according to a news report.
Cole Chamberlain, a 17-year-old senior at in Murrieta succumbed to his injuries today, The Press-Enterprise reported.
He had been in critical condition which occurred as four teenagers were on their way home from the school's prom—the newspaper reported—that was held in Yorba Linda.
Late last week, a spokesperson for the Murrieta Valley Unified School District, Karen Parris, told Patch she could not provide information on Chamberlain's condition because the family had asked for privacy.
According to the initial Riverside County Sheriff's report, three minors had suffered injuries in the May 5 single-vehicle crash that occurred at 11:51 p.m. on Garbani Road in Menifee. The report stated a boy and a girl who were not wearing seat belts were ejected from the Chevrolet pickup driven by 19-year-old William Johnson of Menifee.
The two remaining passengers suffered non-fatal injuries.
Johnson was not injured, authorities said.
The names of the minors involved in the crash were not released by the sheriff's department.
Chamberlain died early Monday at Inland Valley Regional Medical Center in Wildomar, the newspaper reported.