Friends remember two Mills High School teens killed in a deadly car accident Saturday night.
The accident shut down Interstate 30's eastbound lanes in North Little Rock for several hours.
Police say 17-year-old Lauren Adams and 15-year-old Samantha Hogan both of Little Rock were killed in the four vehicle collision.
State Police say the girls were passengers in a Honda Accord. Police say they were traveling westbound from Interstate 40 to Interstate 30 when an unidentified vehicle improperly changed lanes causing the driver of the Accord, 16-year-old Crystal Gough to lose control and hit a guardrail.
Trooper Willie Thomas with the Arkansas State Police says "It's just one of those unfortunate accidents that happen with young individuals. It's just a great loss to the parents, our sympathies go out to the parents."
Lonnie Staton, Lauren Adam's boyfriend says "I lost a best friend, two best friends, the only girl I ever loved."
Gough, the driver of the car, is in stable condition at Baptist Memorial Hospital.
As for the unidentified vehicle, the one police believe caused the accident, Trooper Thomas says the driver fled the scene. He also says that vehicle was reported stolen.