The county coroner's office has identified the second man killed in the fatal accident near the Crow Canyon exit in San Ramon early Sunday morning, the Contra Costa Times reports.
Brandon Rosevear, 18, of Concord, was identified as the driver of the Nissan Maxima, which struck a forklift and then burst into flames, killing Rosevear.
The other casualty from the accident is Mehrdad Emami, 46, of San Ramon. The coroner's office identified him on Monday.
A 40-year-old woman from San Ramon, who was the driver in the car with Emami, has been hospitalized with major injuries.
The accident occurred at about 1:20 a.m. Sunday morning, when a Nissan Maxima (driven by Rosevear) collided with a silver BMW (the car with Emami and the 40-year-old woman inside) from behind.
The vehicles rotated out of control after the collision. There was roadwork being done at the time of the accident, and the Nissan struck a forklift on the driver's side and burst into flames, killing the driver.
The BMW also spun into the contstruction area, hitting an unoccupied Ford F-150, according to California Highway Patrol.
No construction workers were injured in the accident.
The cause of the accident is still under investigation.