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West Brookfield car crash claims the lives of three teens

Teens may tend to hit the road for the first time in Leominster convinced that their driving skills are already on par with those of any other motorist. Sadly, this can often lead them to engage in potentially reckless behavior while on the road. It is only experience that will help them get to the point of fully comprehending the subtle nuances it requires to safely handle a vehicle at all times. Yet unfortunately, if their inexperience does allow them to drive recklessly, they might never get the chance to gain that experience. 

Three teens from West Brookfield will never get that chance after their lives were tragically cut short in the single car crash in Worcester County. The car that the three were traveling in reportedly hit a tree and rolled over after the leaving the road. All three were pronounced dead at the scene. 

Law enforcement officials are still investigating the accident and have yet to determine what may have caused it. One of the victims' parents, however, was reported as saying that he hopes that this tragedy will help to convince other teens of the dangers of joyriding. The three teens ranged in age from 14 to 16. 

Car accidents can take a heavy toll on families. Not only are they left to deal with the expenses surrounding their loved ones' injuries (or deaths), but they also must handle the emotional impact of these tragedies. When such accidents are due to the negligence or inexperience of another (even a driver who with whom they may share a close relationship), their grief may be compounded. They may feel little choice but to seek compensation to cover their losses. Those looking to seek such compensation may wish to first contact an attorney to discuss their options. 

Source: "'All three of those kids were friends of my kids': Stunned community grieves the tragic death of teens in West Brookfield crash" Dwyer, Dialynn, Nov. 09, 2017

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