SAN FRANCISCOThe three people who died in a Mini Cooper that broke down on the Bay Bridge last week have been identified.

The San Francisco medical examiner said Sean Luttjohann, 59; Lorissa Weller, 38 years old; and Bim Thorpe, 29; all of Alameda County, died on February 15. The coroner did not reveal which cities the people lived in.

It is also unclear who was driving the car at the time, although the car was registered to Weller, records show.

The Mini Cooper had stopped, or possibly broken down, in the No. 4 lane of the bridge when the driver of a Toyota Tacoma crashed into it around 4:15 a.m., San Francisco Fire Lt. Mariano Elias said. .

Firefighters extricated the people inside the Mini Cooper, but the driver and rear passenger died at the scene, Elias said.

A passenger in the Mini Cooper who suffered serious injuries later died, the California Highway Patrol said.

The driver of the Tacoma was also hospitalized with serious injuries, authorities said.

According to LinkedIn, Luttjohann was the owner and CEO of Technical Integration Computer Services, or TICS, in Dublin. His Facebook page also said he worked at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory.

Weller’s LinkedIn showed she was an assistant store manager and Thorpe was a supervisor at the same Starbucks in Dublin.

KTVU contacted the Starbucks on Owens Drive where they worked and was told to contact corporate headquarters.

In an email, Starbucks spokesman Sam Jefferies said the company is “devastated” by the loss of its two employees, but wanted to respect the families’ privacy wishes by not saying more.

By Sam