Police say four teens were killed in a crash on the Garden State Parkway in Egg Harbor Township on Saturday.
Troopers with the New Jersey State Police say 17-year-old Northfield resident Casey Brenner was behind the wheel of a 2002 Ford Explorer sport-utility vehicle carrying himself and seven teammates to a Mainland Regional High School football team meeting. Casey’s SUV approached a traffic jam around 11:40 a.m. and was unable to stop in time.
The vehicle veered off the roadway and overturned, throwing Casey and 16-year-old Somers Point resident Edgar Bozzi. Edgar was hit by a Pontiac traveling nearby. Paramedics transported him to Atlantic City’s Atlantic Care Regional Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead.
Casey died at the scene, as did 15-year-old Linwood resident Dean Khoury and 16-year-old Northfield resident Nick Conner. Police say four other passengers in the Explorer were hospitalized with various injuries.
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