The two people killed in the crash are 25-year-old Tony Perryman and 26-year-old Anthony Lee.
The accident happened late Friday in Kings County on Grangeville just east of Highway 41. Family and friends spent Saturday evening grieving at a gathering outside one of the victim's apartments in Lemoore. The family of Tony Perryman said he was a great guy who leaves behind a big family.
About 30 people spent the evening mourning the loss of two young men at a gathering Saturday in Lemoore. Those close to the victims consoled each other, lighting candles, and wiping away tears as they remember Tony Perryman and Anthony Lee.
The two men were killed in a single-car rollover accident Friday night. Four friends were in the compact car when it flipped over after the driver lost control. "The vehicle traveled off the north edge of the road, where it struck a fence and a tree," said CHP Sgt. Robert Brunell.
The highway patrol said Lee died at the scene and Perryman died later at Community Regional Medical Center. The CHP said this accident was caused by drunk driving.
Tony Perryman's step-father, who did not want to talk on camera, told Action News Tony was a student at West Hills College. He's the oldest of seven children. His family said Perryman was spending his summer break watching after his siblings.
A fourth person was in the car when it crashed. He only suffered minor injuries and is now out of the hospital. As for the driver, Jonathan Miller, he faces DUI charges and is still in the hospital with major injuries.