Kayla 'Kaila' Mendoza's family claims her Twitter was hacked and the '2 drunk 2 care' post was not her.  Click HERE to read what her family has to say about the accident and her social media posts.

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Florida police officials are investigating a car crash that killed two woman after the underage female driver allegedly tweeted she was "2 drunk 2 care" hours before the deadly accident.

Kaila Mendoza, the 20-year-old motorist, was driving down the wrong-way on the Sawgrass Expressway early Sunday when she collided with Kaitlyn Nicole Ferrante's vehicle, according to the Associated Press.  Ferrante reportedly died on Thursday.

Ferrante's friend and passenger, 21-year-old Marisa Catronio, was pronounced dead at the scene of the crash.  Mendoza is reportedly in serious condition.

"Mendoza suffered severe injuries and was taken to the hospital. Florida Highway Patrol spokesperson Mark Wysocky told CBS News' Crimesider that Mendoza was not tested for alcohol at the scene because of her condition, but that results from tests on her blood taken at the hospital are pending," CBS reported.

Mendoza's alleged Twitter account describes the 20-year-old as a "pothead princess."  Her alleged tweets consist of her possible weed-smoking and drinking habits.  Check out some of the Twitter posts below.

Twitter users shared their outrage about Mendoza's "2 drunk 2 care" tweet.

You can also click here to view Mendoza's alleged account.

"Mendoza has not been arrested or charged with any crime and Wysocky said that investigations into traffic homicides typically take 30-90 days to complete. He says the agency is aware of the Twitter post but would not confirm whether it belongs to Mendoza," CBS reported.

The 20-year-old reportedly attended Hallandale High School, graduating in 2011.  Former classmate Richard Vela told the Broward/Palm Beach News Times he was showed to here about the news of Mendoza's car crash.

"Her crowd was just the normal people of Hallandale High School," Vela said, who took classes with Mendoza her senior year.  "She was kind of responsible in class -- she was there almost all the time."