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A small N. Police believe treacherous road conditions and speed may have contributed to the single vehicle crash near Miramichi late Saturday. Seventeen-year-old Cassie Lloyd, year-old Emma Connick, year-old Logan Matchett and year-old Avery Astle were in the vehicle when it veered off a wet rural road and landed upside down in a ditch filled with deep icy water.
Emergency crews and first responders described the scene of the accident as truly horrific — one of the worst they have ever seen. A group of teens were traveling down Interstate 89 when a driver in a pickup truck driving on the wrong side of the road slammed head-on with their car. According to WCAX, a passerby stopped to help the victims, but the car had already caught on fire.
WOWT -- The driver of the vehicle in the fatal Gretna crash that left four teen girls dead was legally drunk and driving at speeds exceeding 90 mph, authorities said Tuesday. The year-old driver, Abigail Barth, had a blood-alcohol content of 0. Addisyn Pfeifer had no alcohol in her system, according to a release from the Sarpy County Sheriff's Office. The Ford Fusion was traveling eastbound on Platteview Road when it left the roadway near th Street, came to rest in a creek, and caught on fire, the release states.
By Jackie Salo. May 14, am Updated May 14, pm. A New Jersey teen was killed in a horrific car crash one day after having the time of her life at her high school prom, authorities said.
Updated May 31, Queensland police have charged a year-old boy alleged to have been driving a stolen car that was almost cut in two when it crashed on Brisbane's bayside, killing a teenage passenger and injuring four others. Police alleged six people — aged between 10 and 16 — were in the station wagon when it was driving at speed in Rothwell on Wednesday afternoon.
Freddie McLennan and Joe Atkins, both 19, died in the crash on Sunday while a third British man was taken to hospital. McLennan and Atkins were both former students of the year-old Cranbrook School in Kent and had been travelling after finishing their A-levels. We are struggling to come to terms with his passing.
Two British gap year students died after their car flipped over on the world's largest salt flat in Bolivia. Freddie McLennan and George Atkins, both 19, were killed in the horror crash on the Salar de Uyuni, the main tourist destination in southern Bolivia. Their Toyota Land Cruiser was apparently driving over the speed limit when it flipped over, killing the two teenagers and their year-old driver on Sunday night, traffic police commander Colonel Bernardo Isnado said. The pair, from Cranbrook, Kent, were travelling around South America on a gap year after completing their A-levels at Cranbrook School last summer.
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