Three teenagers were killed in a car crash in the Monterégie region of Quebec on Sunday night.
A 19-year-old driver and two 18-year-old passengers in the vehicle were killed, state police said.
A fourth passenger, a 16-year-old, has been taken to hospital and her life is no longer in danger, police said.
The crash occurred just after 7pm in Saint-Robert, about 100 kilometers northeast of Montreal.
Police said the driver lost control on a curve and the car rolled over several times before leaving the roadway.
High-speed driving may have contributed to the crash, but an investigation is ongoing, police said.