The names of the two men involved in the Sunday morning Ferrari crash that left one of them dead and the other critically injured have been released.
The passenger, Basil Max Price III, 23, of Pomona, died at the scene, Coroner's Investigator Dana Bee told City News Service.
Paramedics took the driver, 24-year-old Vladimir Skvortsov, of Upland, to UCLA Medical Center in critical condition.
The collision was reported at about 1:25 a.m.
Pacific Coast Highway reopened Sunday morning near Sunset Boulevard, after portions had been closed due to a severed power pole caused by the crash.
Part of the Ferrari, which was split in half as a result of the collision, fell to the beach below, Los Angeles Fire Department spokesman Matt Spence told Patch.
City News Service contributed to this report.