Three teenagers and two sisters killed in the early morning car accident 16-year-old driver had no driver’s license
Three children, including two sisters aged 12 and 15, are killed in a horror accident in the early morning in Maine after an unlicensed driver, 16, lost control of black ice and plowed into a tree
- Three teenagers were killed and two more seriously injured when the car hit a tree
- Police said the 16-year-old driver, who was injured in the crash, did not have a permit
- Thomas Porfirio and Emily Baker, both 15 years old, were killed together with her 12-year-old sister Ashlin also lost her life
Three children were killed after a car accident in Maine.
The dead included two sisters, while another two were seriously injured after the car accident in Clinton, west of Bangor.
The three children who were killed are Thomas Porfirio and Emily Baker, who were both 15 years old, while her 12-year-old sister Ashlin also lost her life.
The three teenagers were already dead when the first responders arrived on the scene, according to the Maine Department of Public Safety spokesperson Steve McCausland who spoke with Maine New Center.
The three children who died are Thomas Porfirio and Emily Baker in the photo, who were both 15 years old
The 12-year-old sister of Emily Ashlin also lost her life in the horrific crash
Two others, 12-year-old Neveah Wilson and another 16-year-old boy from Clinton were brought to the Maine Medical Center with non-life-threatening injuries.
The boy who was driving did not have a driver’s license at the time of the crash that occurred Sunday morning at 7.15 am
It is believed that the 2007 Toyota Corolla, which was driven by a 16-year-old Clinton boy, was already running at high speed before driving on ice and driving the vehicle in an uncontrolled slip, driving it into a tree.
I think the car was a mutilated metal mass CentralMaine.com.
The car was a mutilated mass of metal and shattered glass after it crashed into a tree
Lieutenant Jason Madore of the Maine Police said the speed and inexperience of the driver were the most likely causes of the crash
Disposable coffee cups, soda bottles and fast food containers were littered over the wreck of the crumpled.
Lieutenant Jason Madore of the Maine Police said the speed and inexperience of the driver were the most likely causes of the crash.
Investigators and the public prosecutor’s office continue to investigate the crash.
The reconstruction unit of the state police is also working with the Clinton Police Department to determine the causes of the crash.
They had their whole life ahead of them, “said Dan Bickford, who lives in the neighborhood, of the teenagers to CentralMaine.com. “Nothing was left of that car.”
It is believed that the car slipped on ice and hurled off the road before it hit a tree
The victims were all students at Lawrence High School and Lawrence Junior High School.
“Our community is deeply saddened by the tragic loss of our students, sisters Ashlin and Emily Baker, and Thomas Porfirio. Our hearts are breaking for their families in this unbelievably painful and difficult time, and because of the sorrow they will have for their much loved children, “Maine School Administrative District 49 Chief Inspector Roberta Hersom wrote in a statement.
‘Students, staff, parents, friends and community members in this district will continue to support each other and seek as much help from the schools as possible. I am sure that all those who are connected to this very special community will serve with sincere care and care, “Hersom wrote in a Facebook post.