5 killed in wrong-way crash were in high school
WILLISTON, VT. (AP)
A school co-principal says the five teenagers killed in a crash caused by a wrong-way driver in Williston, Vermont, were all high school juniors.
Harwood Union Middle and High School co-principal Amy Rex says four of the five attended Harwood Union High School in Duxbury. She says the fifth victim is from the community, but attends a different school.
Rex says the deaths were "an unprecedented tragedy" and that all were vibrant members of the community with bright futures.
Rex did not respond to calls for further information.
Police say the victims were hit by a wrong-way driver early Sunday morning. The car hit was found in flames.
A man who allegedly stole a police cruiser from the crash scene is facing charges, but police haven't said if he was driving the wrong-way vehicle.