The Dutch Bros. Coffee in Granite Bay is helping raise money for the families of three teens killed in a car crash earlier this month.

One hundred percent of today’s proceeds will go to the families of Matt Azar, Kendra Langham and Matthew Beardwitt. The three died on Jan. 10 when a wrong-way driver hit them near Madison Avenue. The CHP says that driver did not have his headlights on as he slammed into them, head-on.

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Azar was a regular customer at the coffee shop.

On Saturday, hundreds of people held a candle light vigil in El Dorado Hills for the teens.

The manager of the Granite Bay Taco Bell where Langham and Beardwitt worked says they were both outstanding employees and the team is in disbelief that they lost these two.

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“They were great employees, they were great kids,” said store manager Nancy Fernandez. “This is, like, my family. These kids are like my family.”

The suspected DUI driver, 24-year-old Aaron Caudillo, was the sole survivor of the crash. If he survives, the CHP says he will face felony DUI and manslaughter charges.

Donations have come in as far away as Hawaii.

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Fernandez said she was planning to donate money to the advocacy group Mothers Against Drunk Driving.