SAN JOSE, Calif. (KGO) -- The father of one of the three teenagers who died in a street racing crash last week in San Jose says he hopes more people come forward with information on what led to his son's death.
"I said can he rest in peace. I give it up to God, since I know I don't have him," Joe Sanchez Ramos said.
Saturday night, Ramos joined a crowd of people near the site of Tuesday's crash to mourn the loss of the teenagers, including his son, 15-year-old Anthony Ramos.
Jayleen Ciriaco, 15, and Oscar Avila Toledo, 18, were also killed.
The three died when police say the stolen Honda they were in spun out of control and slammed into a tree.
Police believe they were street racing.
A fourth teenager survived but suffered serious injuries.
Police are still looking for the driver of a second car involved.
Father mourns son killed in San Jose street racing crash