According to WKRN-TV, four teenagers were killed in a Warren County car accident on December 1.
WKRN reported that the teens, all seniors at Warren County High School, were traveling south on Viola Road when Kaimen Collins lost control of the red Camaro he was driving. The teens have been identified as Collins, Chris Frazier, Dominique Pinegar and Shanna Seiderer.
The car reportedly burst into flames after it left the roadway and overturned, near Southside Drive. The accident reportedly occurred around 1:30 a.m.
A representative from the school district said that the victims were “good students and well liked among their peers.” The district reportedly had grief counselors available for students when they returned from school following the holiday break last week.
An investigation into the accident is ongoing.
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