Around 6 a.m. on Wednesday, March 26, 2014, a Hyundai Sonata ran off Ridge Road, in Springfield Township, Ohio, at a speed later estimated to be 92-97mph, and then struck a tree, tearing the car in half.
Just after 11 p.m. on Saturday, February 8, 2020, a car hit four teenagers who were in the crosswalk on 787 (Cohoes Blvd.) in Green Island. Brandon Sylvester, 17, was killed and three other teens were hit, with one still in critical condition at Albany Medical Center as of the following Monday afternoon.
Around 3:40pm, on Thursday, January 9, 2020, a school bus and a car collided on Memorial Drive, near Karlyn Drive, near New Castle, Delaware.
The car contained four high-school girls and tragically the 16-year-old driver was declared dead at the scene. She has since been named as Jordan Tate, a junior at William Penn High School. (Photograph below, from Instagram.)
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Three teenagers, including twin brothers, were killed in a Christmas night crash in Hyundai that was heading south on the rural Foothill Road, near Pleasanton, on the East Bay. All three of the deceased were students at Dublin High School.
6pm, 25 December, 2019 — Christmas day. Geneva, Alabama.
Three high school cheerleaders were killed and another girl was hospitalized with critical injuries following a Christmas night wreck in Geneva, south Alabama. A fifth girl in the vehicle escaped without serious injury.
Of concern to Road Safety USA were some apparently inappropriate comments by law enforcement officers.
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Katie Berg (16), Caitlin Scannell (17) and Sabrina Stahl (15)
These young people were killed in a crash caused by excessive speed, on Beechnut Drive, Campbellsport, Wisconsin, on February 4, 2012. They were three of the nine girls in a Chevrolet Tahoe which went slightly airborne on a hill crest then slewed off the road, through a ditch, and rolled over repeatedly.
They were, in the words of one of the survivors, just “having fun” going fast.
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