It's time to officially retire "YOLO." Five young men were killed in a car crash in Ontario last week, and police say that alcohol and excessive speed are to blame. According to authorities, the driver, 21-year-old Jonathan Watson, ran a red light and then lost control of his vehicle. The car flipped over and landed in the backyard of a home. What's truly horrible is that one of the individuals involved tweeted "YOLO" just before the crash.

The other victims included 23-year-old Marquell Bogan, 23-year-old JaJuan Bennett, 20-year-old Dylan George, and 21-year-old Ervin McKinness. Right before the crash, McKinness tweeted: "Drunk af going 120 drifting corners  YOLO." The brutality of someone tweeting that just before their death is too much to handle. We need to put a stop to drunk driving.

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[via KTLA]