Car’s fatal plummet from cliff being investigated as a felony

The speedometer of the SUV that plummeted off a California cliff with two women and at least three of their six kids inside was “pinned” at 90 mph, leading investigators to believe “a felony has been committed,” according to court documents.

The California Highway Patrol found “no acceleration marks, tire friction marks or braking furrow marks,” along the stretch of Highway 1 where Jennifer and Sarah Hart and at least three of their children veered off the roadway and onto the oceanfront rocks 100 feet below on March 26, reported KPTV Oregon.