MAPLEWOOD - Friends and family are remembering two young men killed in a tragic crash caused by an alleged drunken driver.

More than 100 people came together today to remember Tamir Harry, 16 and Kervin Noel, 21. Both men were ejected from the car they were traveling in and pronounced dead at the scene Tuesday night near the intersection of South Fourth Street and Essex Avenue in Maplewood.

Two others were seriously injured in the crash. Tahsir Harry, 20, and Rodney Lovius, 21, remain in the hospital.

Investigators says 20-year-old Harrison Allen, of Montclair, was drunk and flying through stop signs when he T-boned the car the four friends were riding in.

The vigil was organized by an anti-violence group called Enough is Enough.

Speakers at the vigil encouraged the young people in attendance to not drink and drive, and to wear their seat belts.