13-year-old boy among three dead from overnight Cleveland accident

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CLEVELAND -  An overnight accident sent an SUV full of  people into a building on Cleveland's east side - killing three people, critically injuring two and injuring three others.

The three victims have been identified as Diamond Williams, 17, Damond Lawrence, 19, and Demonta Wilson, 13.

A police spokesman tells Fox 8 that 8 people were in the Honda Pilot, which was traveling at "excessive speed" eastbound on Kinsman when the driver lost control. The car struck a utility pole and then slammed into a building at East 117th and Kinsman Road around 3:30 a.m. The vehicle was reported stolen from Maple Heights.

Power in the area is still out, but crews are working to restore it. The intersection itself was closed for a number of hours, but has since re-opened.

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