Updated from earlier: 

EAST BRIDGEWATER — Police say they have identified teenagers killed in a Massachusetts car crash as local high school students.

The five unidentified teens, all males, were traveling in one car in East Bridgewater when it crashed into a tree shortly after 4:30 p.m. Saturday.

Police responded to the scene to find a rolled over sedan, and three victims dead. Another teen was taken to Brockton Hospital where he was pronounced deceased and a fifth victim is at Boston Medical Center being treated for his injuries.

In a press release from Stoughton High School, principal Juliette Muller extended her sympathies to the families of the teens and announced their attendance at the school. The school will be open to students, faculty, and staff at noon Sunday "to come together to grieve."

Police say the crash is an ongoing investigation.

-- Associated Press -- 

Original Story:



EAST BRIDGEWATER — Authorities in Massachusetts say four young men were killed and another was injured in a rollover crash in East Bridgewater.

Plymouth District Attorney Timothy Cruz says police arrived at the scene on Route 106 and found a car with five people inside that had struck a tree. It happened around 4 p.m. Saturday.

Three young men were declared dead at the scene and a forth died at a local hospital. The injured man is being treated at a hospital. Details of his condition weren't made public.

It wasn't immediately known if the rainy weather or car speed was a factor.

-- Associated Press --


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