We learn from the report that.

Michael Llamas, 33, died in the driver’s seat of the wreckage while a female passenger was thrown from the car.”

Harbor police said Llamas was speeding north on Harbor Drive when he lost control and veered off the road near Broadway about 2 a.m. The 2016 Lamborghini he was driving struck a palm tree, then burst into flames.

Officers found Rivera in the street near the burning sports car. She was taken to a hospital, and her condition was unknown.

Police did not say if they suspected alcohol or drugs to be involved.

Llamas, of San Diego, founded Medical Marijuana Inc. in 2009. The firm has claimed that it may be the first in the cannabis industry to find a legal loophole allowing it to sell CBD — cannabidiol — products online and ship worldwide.

In the wake of the deadly crash, the company released a statement that read, in part: “The company mourns the loss of one of its visionary founders. Mr. Llamas was an incredible philanthropist and changed countless lives throughout the world.”

Llamas served as CEO of the company until he stepped down in 2012 after being indicted in a mortgage fraud case. He was a month away from being sentenced.

Full story at http://www.sandiegouniontribune.com/news/public-safety/sd-me-driver-identified-20171106-story.html