Two pedestrians were killed alongside with the driver of a car or truck that drove onto the sidewalk and then crashed into a SEPTA station Tuesday early morning, police in Philadelphia explained.

The driver, an unidentified man, was touring at a “high level of speed” all-around 2:43 a.m. when he “failed to navigate a bend in the highway,” a police news launch states. His Honda Pilot SUV traveled by means of the intersection and mounted the curb ahead of hitting a SEPTA turnstile and the wall of the Kensington and Allegheny stations.

Philadelphia Law enforcement Chief Inspector Scott Little advised NBC Philadelphia that the effects prompted “severe damage” to the developing and still left “a substantial crack in the station.”

A gentleman and female on the sidewalk were strike, the law enforcement news release states. The driver and the two pedestrians have been pronounced lifeless at the scene about 3 a.m.

A third man or woman, a 53-yr-outdated guy, was also hurt and taken to Temple University Healthcare facility in steady but critical problem, police explained.

SEPTA, which operates community transit in five counties in and around Philadelphia, said in a tweet Tuesday early morning that trains would bypass the Allegheny Station.

“Shuttle buses are functioning amongst Somerset and Tioga Stations,” the company claimed.

The crash is nonetheless remaining investigated.