SPRING HILL, FL – A car accident in Spring Hill late Saturday night left two teenagers dead, the Tampa Bay Times reports.
The Florida Highway Patrol released details of the fatal wreck, which occurred on Mariner Boulevard at about 11:05 p.m. The FHP said a 17-year-old male was driving a Toyota Camry southbound and failed to negotiate a curve in the road near Santee Street.
As the car rotated, the teen drove off the road and the vehicle overturned in the front yard of a home on Mariner Boulevard, where it crashed into a tree.
Two passengers in the car, ages 16 and 17, died after being taken to an area hospital. Two other passengers, both 16-year-old boys, were seriously injured. None of the four, who are from Spring Hill, were wearing their seat belts. The driver and a 16-year-old female passenger were not injured. They were wearing their seat belts.
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