Four young mothers were killed in a car crash on the West Side on Mother's Day morning.
Images from the scene showed the car ripped in two and mangled into a heap of metal unrecognizable as a car.
The crash happened in the 4800 block of West Lake Street just after midnight. The speeding car slammed into a support beam for the Green Line 'L' tracks, then hit a light pole, which cut the car in two.
Four women in their 20s were inside. Three died at the scene. A fourth woman, Leshia Nelson, 21, was taken to Mount Sinai Hospital, where she was pronounced dead at 12:48 a.m.
Family identified two of the other victims as 21-year-old Tyshyra Hines, and 25-year-old Bernadette Harris, the Tribune reported.
The CPD Major Accident Unit is investigating.