Monday, November 16, 2009

Sorrow counselors on hand for classmates of Coral Springs teens killed in crash

Grief counselors are probable to be on hand Monday for students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High, which is sorrow the loss of three classmates killed in a weekend car accident.
The three Coral Springs teens, the length of with a fourth boy who survived, were out celebrating their high school homecoming when they got into a fender-bender on University Drive just following midnight Sunday morning.

What might have been a mere stoppage turned tragic when, within minutes, their car rocketed backward for at least 150 yards and flipped over into a deep canal.

"It was a huge bang. It sounded like an explosion," said Peter Lyons, whose house is contiguous to the canal, which runs under Broken Woods Drive.

Evan Sinisgalli, 15, freed himself from the car and climbed to shore, where he screamed for help. "He was in shock," said Brittany O'Brien, 20, who was sitting on an dwelling balcony nearby with friends who instantly dialed 911.

Neighbors who heard the collide at 12:18 a.m. said the car was upside losing in the water when police arrived and dove into the canal after the passengers, said Coral Springs Police Sgt. Joe McHugh.

Sean Maxey, 16, the driver of the 2007 red Volkswagen, and travelers Robert Nugent, 16, and Anthony Almonte, 16, were taken to Coral Springs checkup Center, where they were pronounced dead.

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