SAN DIEGO — Two people were killed and four others were injured Thursday after a crash in the Mission Bay area, officials confirmed.

The crash happened shortly before 9 a.m. near Quivira Avenue and West Mission Bay Drive, according to the San Diego Fire-Rescue Department.

According to police, a motorcyclist was traveling over 100 miles per hour, driving in the bike lane to avoid other vehicles, when the motorcycle collided with a Toyota Prius making a right turn on a green light.

The 34-year-old motorcyclist was ejected from the vehicle and died from his injuries, police said.

The Prius had five people inside the vehicle at the time of the crash, per SDPD. One of the passengers, a 39-year-old woman sitting in the front seat, was pronounced dead at the hospital.

The other four occupants were transported to nearby hospitals with varying injuries, including an infant who did not suffer major injuries, according to officials.

According to police, the five people inside the Prius were a family who were visiting from Los Angeles. The children’s ages ranged from infant to teenager.

The circumstances that led to the crash are still under investigation and no further information was immediately available regarding the identities of those involved in the collision.

The roadway was closed for several hours as San Diego police remained at the scene.