The pursuit reached speeds of more than 90 miles per hour, but when Keeten lost control, the Maxima went airborne, crashed through a concrete block wall, hit the roof of a house and landed in a front yard on Alder Avenue near Shamrock. Keeten and an 11-year-old passenger were ejected from the car and declared dead at the scene.
Keeten's 9-year-old brother Dylan R. Green, who was wearing a seat belt in the back seat, was rushed to Arrowhead Regional Medical Center in critical condition, where he later died.
Four people were inside the house at the time: a man, his wife and two grandchildren, ages 1 and 3. They were not injured, but they said it felt like an earthquake.
"We ran out because we didn't know if the car was going to stop," said homeowner Dolores Pimentel.
"I feel sad for the families of the victims," said homeowner Edward Pimental.
"We were lucky. All this stuff can be fixed," he said.
The house has been red tagged, and the owners will have to find another place to live until it's repaired.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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