MIAMI (CBSMiami) – A bond hearing into a violent New Year’s Day crash that killed 4 people was held on Tuesday afternoon. That hearing will continue Wednesday to determine if 17-year-old Alex Garcia will be allowed to bond out of jail.

CBS4 got a look at video footage of the speeding SUV that Garcia was driving in the early morning hours of January 1st.

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The crash happened just off-camera, but surveillance video shows the speeding Tahoe. The violent crash with a car carrying 4 people at 79th Street and Flagler, killed all occupants of the smaller vehicle.

“He was traveling at 105 miles per hour at impact,” said FHP’s Christine Gracey.

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Gracey said with that crash happening at more than 100 miles per hour, the cars fused together. The car traveled nearly the length of a football field before stopping.

Investigators downloaded the data from the SUV’s black box.

“The brakes were applied less than half a second before impact.”

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Garcia is accused of four counts of DUI manslaughter, four counts of vehicular homicide and two counts of DUI serious bodily injury. He was driving on a learner’s permit. Investigators say he had alcohol and drugs in his system. Team