Tragic car accident on Fenmore claims lives of two teens
Lakefield Township, Michigan – July 16, 2010 — Speed is thought to be the cause of an accident that has claimed the lives of 16-year-old Brittnee Wendling and 15-year-old Dakota Glazier, as well as leaving 16-year-old Erica Taschner hospitalized.
The accident happened at approximately 6:30 p.m. Friday evening on South Fenmore after the vehicle the three teens were riding in left the roadway and hit a tree.
It was later determined that the driver simply lost control of the vehicle, and that he was also unlicensed.
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Correction: Dakota Glazier had originally been referred to as “she.” FindMyAccident has since edited this story based on visitor input.
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