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Wednesday, April 9, 2008
Three Teens Die in Road Rage Incident
A four car accident in Chesterfield Township, Michigan killed three 17-year-olds, and injured three other people in what may have been a road rage incident.
The accident involved a school bus, a red sedan, a dark sedan, and a pickup truck with four teens inside it. Police allege the driver of the red sedan cut off the pickup truck because he was angry at how the teens were driving. The pickup and two other cars are reported to have been speeding down the road, playing chicken or racing just before the pickup was cut off. The pickup went after the red sedan, crossed the center line and hit the school bus almost head-on. Two of the 17-year-olds died at the scene and a third at the hospital. The driver of the pickup survived.
Students at L'Anse Creuse High School in Macomb, Michigan, where the four teens attended, found out just hours after the crash which happened midday.
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