Ohio State Highway Patrol troopers say the driver of an SUV that crashed into a pond killing six teens was speeding, but she did not have any alcohol or drugs in her system.
WARREN, Ohio - Initial funeral service arrangements have been announced for some of the six teens killed when a speeding sport utility vehicle crashed in Warren.
Calling hours and the funeral for 19-year-old driver Alexis Cayson will be Saturday in Warren.
Calling hours will be Sunday evening and the funeral Monday for 14-year-old Brandon Murray, also in Warren.
Other funeral arrangements are pending.
The teens were killed Sunday morning when an SUV swerved and ran over a guardrail into a swampy pond in Warren. The coroner determined five teens who were trapped inside and a sixth who was thrown from the vehicle and found underneath it had drowned.
Authorities say the driver didn't have a valid license.
The SUV was reported stolen after the crash.
Investigators are ready to share more details about a crash that killed six Ohio teenagers when a speeding SUV flipped into a pond.
The organizer of a funeral fund for the six teens killed in a northeast Ohio SUV crash say donations from as far away as Los Angeles pushed the total past $42,000.
Part of a roadside memorial caught fire at the site where six Ohio teens died last week.
Hundreds of mourners in a northeast Ohio community flocked Friday to the first of six funerals for the teenagers killed when a speeding sport utility vehicle crashed last weekend.
Members of a northeast Ohio community are offering monetary and in-kind donations to help families of six teenagers killed when a speeding sport utility vehicle crashed into a pond.
Initial funeral service arrangements have been announced for some of the six teens killed when a speeding sport utility vehicle crashed in Warren.
There were lies told to parents, a car with five seats carrying eight teens, and an unlicensed driver. The car was speeding. No seat belts were used.
One of the two survivors in the Warren car crash that killed six teens describes the horrific scene, and says he wishes he could have saved someone.
A rapper. An aspiring chef and pro wrestling fan. A fun-loving youth who volunteered. A budding football star. All young dreams and lives that ended suddenly Sunday morning in Warren.