OMAHA, Neb. -- Authorities have released the names of those involved in a car accident, where a vehicle was burned, Sunday in Omaha. 

The Douglas County Sheriff's Office said there were five teens involved in an accident where two have died. 

Officials said that a 13-year-old sustained serious injuries, another 13-year-old sustained serious injuries, a 17-year-old sustained serious injuries, and the two 16-year-olds died. 

The driver, 16-year-old Ray Htoo, and passenger, 16-year-old Eh Ywa Htoo were both pronounced dead. 

DCSO reported previously that one of the two who died was pronounced dead at the scene and the other was pronounced dead at the hospital, but there was no specification. 

Authorities said that after an exhaustive search of the burned remnants of the vehicle, it was confirmed that the vehicle was stolen from Omaha on the same day as the crash. 

DCSO said the owner of the vehicle has been notified. 

Officials said that speed, drugs, alcohol and reckless driving are considered as probable factos in the crash. 

Investigators said they believe that the occupants of the vehicle have affiliations to a local street gang, and are possibly related to the series of stolen Kia vehicles in the Omaha area. 

DCSO said that Ray Htoo was under the Juvenile Court supervision at the time of the crash. 

Since 2021, Ray Htoo reportedly had a history of arrests.