Last Saturday, five teenagers from a small Vermont community were killed in their car on their way home from a concert by a driver deliberately driving on the wrong side of the freeway. As you can imagine, the death of five young people in an area with only a few thousand residents is devastating and will take years for the community to recover from.
The day after the accident, Bobby Kelly, a classmate of the victims, wrote a message in remembrance of his friends and in celebration of his community, which a local ski area posted on their Facebook page:
So today after I heard the terrible news, my family went to Mad River Glen to ride the single up and hike down.
A person was killed and at least five injured Saturday when a small plane crashed into a car on a California freeway. Two people were in the plane and four were in the car on the northbound I-15 in the Pala Mesa area of North County...
A Pomona man who allegedly spent the night drinking in Newport Beach has been charged with driving the wrong way on the 91 Freeway and slamming head-on into an oncoming car, killing a 53-year-old woman.
A carload of teenagers returning home from a night at Knott's Scary Farm crashed on the 5 Freeway in Irvine early Saturday, killing five and seriously injuring a sixth, authorities said.
An Irvine car crash occurred early Saturday morning on the southbound 5 Freeway while five teens were returning home from Knott’s Scary Farm, Orange County fire officials said. The fiery California car crash resulted in the death of...