PHILADELPHIA (CBS/AP) — Police say they have arrested a driver in connection with a high-speed crash in northeast Philadelphia last summer that killed three people and left a car split in half.

A police spokesman said Sunday that the 20-year-old Christopher Bloomfield was taken into custody at his home, where an arrest warrant was served.

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Authorities said he was wanted in connection with “a homicide by vehicle resulting in the deaths of three passengers in his vehicle and severely injuring a fourth passenger.”

Police said last summer 17-year-olds Sabrina Rhoads and Yvette Gonzalez died after they were ejected during the July 29 crash along the 10000 block of Sandmeyer Lane in the city’s Bustleton neighborhood.

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Twenty-year-old Felipe Hernandez was trapped in the vehicle and died at the scene.

Bloomfield is facing a possible Homicide by Vehicle charge.

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