More details have emerged about the crash on Pine Hollow Road in Oyster Bay that left three people in two cars dead on Sunday. Israel Maldonado (pictured) was speeding in a Nissan Altima, with his cousin Jose Suazo as passenger, when he passed a patrol car, which then followed it. The Daily News reports, "Nassau Detective Lt. Kevin Smith said Maldonado, who was not licensed to drive in New York, was clocked at 76 mph - 21 miles over the speed limit. 'We have witnesses who were between the police officer and the car,' Smith added, 'who said this car was absolutely flying.'"

Maldonado allegedly went even faster and then crashed into a Jeep Cherokee driven by Peter Sherlock; the Post says Maldonado "couldn't negotiate a curve in the roadway and had veered into oncoming traffic in the southbound lane when his car collided with Sherlock's."

All three men died. Maldonado, 23, moved into his brother's home in Oyster Bay four or five years ago from Honduras, Newsday reports. He was a landscaper and sent money back home to his parents. Newsday also called the East Norwich home of Sherlock, 38, where a woman said, "You should say what a wonderful husband and father and friend he was to everybody." Sherlock, who was married and had two young children, was a stock broker when he "pleaded guilty to conspiring to defraud Morgan Stanley of more than $4 million" in 2008.