Three students who attended the prom at Nixon Library in Yorba Linda Saturday were injured in a crash, according to reports.
The single-vehicle rollover occurred at 11:50 p.m. Saturday near Menifee Valley Middle School on Garbani Road in Menifee, Sgt. sheriff's Danny Lingo said in a news release.
"Preliminary investigation showed that a Chevy pickup driven by 19-year-old William Johnson of Menifee was traveling westbound on Garbani Road at a high rate of speed," Lingo said. "The driver lost control of the vehicle, resulting in the vehicle rolling over."
The Chevy was carrying two underage girls and one minor boy, according to the Sheriff's Department.
Three passengers—including two who were not wearing seatbelts and were ejected—were taken to Inland Valley Regional Medical Center in Wildomar.
The driver, Johnson, was not injured, Lingo said.
The Sheriff's Department did not release the names of the underage passengers.
A 17-year-old boy who attends in Murrieta suffered major injuries in the crash and remained in critical condition today, according to an article published by The Press-Enterprise.
Authorties told the newspaper the teens were in prom attire, however they did not know where the students were traveling to or from.
A Murrieta Valley Unified School District spokesperson confirmed Monday with The Press-Enterprise that the students were in fact enrolled in the district and had been returning from the prom.
—City News Service contributed to this report.