Funeral services for Luis Silva, killed in a horrific accident in San Clemente this past weekend, are Thursday and Friday and are open to the public.
Silva was one of four who perished when the car he was a passenger in slammed into two light posts and a palm tree, splitting the car in half. A fifth person, whom CBS2 identified as Josephine Garcia of San Clemente, survived.
Silva, 22, worked as a barber in San Juan Capistrano. His father works at Mission San Juan Capistrano.
The rosary/viewing will be at 7 pm, Thursday at Lesneski Mortuary, 640 S El Camino Real in San Clemente, said family friend Sally Rather. Services will be held at Mission Basilica at 1 p.m. on Friday. There will be a reception with food in the church gym after the services. It is open to the public.
Rather added that El Adobe had a "Taco Tuesday" benefit Tuesday to raise funds for the families of the four who died.