Kendra Langham and Mathew Beardwitt worked at a Taco Bell restaurant in Granite Bay. Langham and Beardwitt, both 18, died along with Matthew Azar, 20, early Saturday after a collision with a driver heading the wrong way on Interstate 80.
Kendra Langham and Mathew Beardwitt worked at a Taco Bell restaurant in Granite Bay. Langham and Beardwitt, both 18, died along with Matthew Azar, 20, early Saturday after a collision with a driver heading the wrong way on Interstate 80. Courtesy of Nancy Fernandez
Kendra Langham and Mathew Beardwitt worked at a Taco Bell restaurant in Granite Bay. Langham and Beardwitt, both 18, died along with Matthew Azar, 20, early Saturday after a collision with a driver heading the wrong way on Interstate 80. Courtesy of Nancy Fernandez

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