3 Students Killed In A Car Crash In Boston, Massachusetts

News by Joey Jordan Published on 08 Nov,2017 Updated on 08 Nov,2017

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Three high school teens killed in a West Brookfield crash on Tuesday 7 November. Police have confirmed that all three students belonged to the Quaboag Regional Middle High School in Warren, Massachusetts

Officials confirmed the crash happened on Douglas Road, a short distance from the school, and the victims were two girls and a boy.

Car involved in a serious West Brookfield crash, killed three teens

A serious car crash in West Brookfield crash killed three teens

Source: Boston CBS Local

According to the officials, the car left the road after it hit a tree and rolled over which could be seen on its side off the road.

Warren police released a statement from a preliminery investigation which reads:

There was a horrible accident this afternoon in West Brookfield that claimed the lives of three young people.

They also mentioned, the actual cause of the crash is not yet known and expressed their sympathy whereas they also appealed the people and motorist to avoid the scene.

Our thoughts and prayers go to the families of the victims and the entire population at the school. We are asking that everyone please respect the privacy of the families of the victims and avoid the area of the accident so that police can try to determine the cause of the crash.

Brett Kustigian, the Quaboag Regional Schools Superintendent said,

It's tragic. It's a parent's nightmare. My thoughts and prayers are with the Quaboag community.

He continued, 

This is fresh, it just happened tonight. We've got our crisis plan together and we're going to get through this together because we're a small, tight-knit community.

DA reported grief counselors would be available for students and staff at Quaboag Regional Middle High School on Wednesday.