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Three Teens Killed in Car Wreck in Wake Forest, NC

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Toxicology reports confirm that two teen passengers killed in a car crash in Wake Forest, North Carolina (NC), on June 5, 2011, did not have alcohol or drugs in their systems. According to WRAL.com. a report on the driver's condition has not been released.

The crash injure a 16-year-old boy and killed three other teens -- a 16-year-old girl and 16-year-old boy from Wake Forest and another male passenger from Raleigh who was 17.
The injured teen, also from of Wake Forest, NC, has been released from the hospital.

The driver's Dodge Challenger was going faster than 120 mph when he lost control at the intersection of Old Pearce and Zebulon roads and hit a tree in North Carolina. Speed, not impairment, was the key contributor in the car wreck.


Those injured or killed in this car wreck may be looking at months, or years of recovery for personal injuries. A car crash can be a life-changing tragedy that requires the assistance of North Carolina personal injury attorneys for full justice.


To learn more about what to do if you or a loved one is hurt in a car accident, check out our Frequently Asked Questions devoted to the subject.


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