4 Seguin teens injured in late night crash in Luling – mySA

A truck crash leaves four teens severely injured on Saturday, April, 9. 
Four Seguin teenagers were seriously injured when the truck they were in hit a tree late Saturday, April 9 outside of Luling, according to a Seguin Gazette report. Luling Police Chief Bill Sala told the Seguin Gazette the collision was reported by another motorist on Saturday at around 10:55 p.m. in the 1800 block of West Pierce, US Highway 90 on the west side of town.
“Preliminary investigation disclosed that a 2019 silver Ford F250 operated by a 17-year-old male was traveling west on US 90 when the vehicle crossed over the eastbound lane leaving the roadway, traveled approximately 201 feet through the bar ditch and collided with a tree on the south side of the highway,” Sala said in a news release.
Navarro ISD confirmed to the Seguin Gazette that two of the persons are current students and the other two are former students. Due to their ages, their names of the persons in the crash are not being released, according to the report.
Luling firefighters had to extricate the driver and a 16-year-old male passenger from the car. Emergency medical personal removed a 14-year-old female from the back seat, while a 16-year-old male, the rear passenger, got himself out of the vehicle, Sala said in the report. All four were taken to area hospitals, according to the report. 
“Navarro ISD is heartbroken to have learned of a car accident involving two current and two former Navarro ISD students,” Navarro ISD director of communications Whitney Magness said in a statement. “The district has counseling staff on hand to meet with students and staff who may need counseling services. We have been asked to observe the privacy of the families involved. Our prayers are with each of these families. We will do everything in our power to support the students and their families as more information is released.”
No updates on the teens’ status were given and police continue to investigate the crash, according to the report.
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