LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — A 21-year-old man suspected in a deadly street race in Chatsworth Thursday has turned himself into police.

Henry Michael Gevorgyan was being booked at a LAPD station Saturday evening, according to a department spokesperson.

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Two men were killed and at least one other was seriously injured after being struck by a vehicle at Plummer Street and Canoga Avenue around 2:15 a.m. Thursday.

Police believe two cars were street racing when the driver of a Mustang lost control and ran into a crowd.

One of the victims was killed at the scene. The other died at a hospital.

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A third man also suffered serious injuries.

Both drivers fled the scene, police said.

At a news conference Thursday, officials identified Gevorgyan as the Mustang driver.

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The search continues for the second driver.