The family of a teen badly hurt in a car crash says they will set up an account to help with the boy's medical expenses.
Isaiah Gonzalaze, 15, is still in critical condition after he was involved in a crash Friday night that killed his two teenage friends.
Police say he was riding with Aubrey La Jonte Crofton,19, and Angelo Reyes, 14.
Officers say Crofton was driving a white Honda Accord, when he made a u-turn on Fairfax Road and an SUV slammed into them. Crofton and Reyes both died.
Gonzalaze will go to Children's Hospital Central California for open heart surgery.
"He has a slice in his liver, he has punctured lungs, broken ribs and his heart, he needs open heart surgery, his valve is torn," said Cynthia Delfin, Isaiah's mother.
"I hope he makes it and I know he is going to make it, I have faith in him, I have faith in God," said Bonnie Delfin, Isaiah's grandmother.
Gonzalaze's mother says the boys were coming back from Magic Mountain when they were hit.
Family members are working on setting up an account at Kern Schools Federal Credit Union.