HONOLULU - A driver is killed, and two others are in serious condition after an early morning crash on Pensacola St. and South King St. 

Police say an unidentified driver was traveling southbound on Pensacola St. at a high rate of speed, then disregarded a red traffic signal and traveling into the intersection where the vehicle was broadsided by another vehicle being operated by a 60-year-old man traveling eastbound on S. King St.

Honolulu firefighters arrived to the scene around 2 a.m. Friday morning and shut down the road due to a fire. Flames were said to be almost 20 feet high.

Police tell us a good Samaritan pulled the 60-year-old driver out of the burning van. He was taken to the hospital in serious condition.

EMS says, the driver of the sedan was burned beyond recognition and a 26-year-old man was found on South Beretania and Victoria street with burns and abrasion. They believe he was a passenger in the sedan. EMS took him to the hospital in serious condition. 

This marks the 18th traffic-related death this year.

Pensacola and S. King St. are back open. Police are on scene while city crews work to repair one of the traffic lights.