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Two Suburban High Schoolers Die In Crash
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Dublin Scioto High School today mourns the loss of two of its students. The teens died during the week-end in a one car crash in Delaware county. WOSU’s Tom Borgerding reports.
The Ohio Highway patrol says 18 year old Kyle Colello and 15 year old Lyndsey Rice were traveling on Klondike road Saturday night when the vehicle went out of control, struck a guardrail, and overturned. Both teens were ejected and died at the scene.
Dublin Scioto assistant principal, Dan Morris, described the students as “super, super kids.” Morris says today the school has additional counselors on hand to help students grieve.
“Its very somber. You know last night we had the candlelight vigil here at the school with about 500 people. And that somberness sort of carried over to today. Its very, very quiet.”
Morris says to the best of his recollection this is the first time Dublin Scioto has lost two students to a traffic accident. He says additional counselors will remain at the school as long as needed.