Teen dies, 4 others seriously injured after SUV stole red light and two cars crashed in Worcester

A teenage girl died and four other teens were injured Saturday night when the stolen SUV they were traveling in crashed into two cars in Worcester, Massachusetts, police said. 9:30 pm. When they saw a stolen white sports car traveling at high speed. Police said an officer tried to stop the car, but backed off when the driver refused to stop and began working more erratically. Twenty minutes later, the officers were sent into a serious accident involving three cars at the intersection of Maine and Chandler Streets. When the officers arrived, they found several seriously injured victims on the ground, and a preliminary investigation revealed that the SUV was driving down Main Street when the vehicle without headlights passed a red light and collided with a Honda Accord and a Chevy Impala. . Police said the force of the collision pushed the two cars toward a lamppost, with three of the five occupants in the car expelled upon impact, and two remaining in the car. Paramedics announced the death of a girl in the front passenger seat at the scene. The other four occupants of the car were seriously injured. Although identification continues, it appears that everyone in the SUV was 18 years old or younger. No one in Honda or Chevy was seriously injured and the accident is still under investigation.

A teenage girl was killed and four other teens were injured Saturday night when the stolen SUV they were traveling in crashed into two cars in Worcester, Massachusetts, police said.

Police said they were in the Main Street area at 9:30 p.m. When they saw a stolen white sports car traveling at high speed. Police said an officer tried to stop the car, but backed off when the driver refused to stop and began to operate more erratically.

Twenty minutes later, the officers were sent into a serious accident involving three cars at the intersection of Maine and Chandler Streets. When the officers arrived, they found several seriously wounded victims on the ground.

A preliminary investigation revealed that the SUV was driving on Main Street when the vehicle, which did not have headlights, passed a red light and collided with a Honda Accord and a Chevy Impala. Police said the force of the collision pushed the two cars toward a lamppost.

Three of the five people in the SUV were ejected upon impact, and two remained in the vehicle.

Paramedics announced the death of a girl in the front passenger seat at the scene. The other four occupants of the car were seriously injured.

Although identification continues, it appears that everyone in the SUV was 18 years old or younger.

No one in the Honda or Chevy was seriously injured.

The accident is still under investigation.

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