LIVE BLOG: Warren Crash Updates

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WARREN, Ohio — A press conference was held on Sunday evening to update the media on a crash that killed six teenagers and hurt two others in Warren.

According to the Ohio State Highway Patrol, the victims who did not survive are:

  • Alexis Cayson, 19
  • Andrique Bennett, 14
  • Kirklan M. Behner, 15
  • Daylan ┬áRay, 15,
  • Brandon A. Murray, 17
  • Ramone M. White, 15

Injured in the accident were Brian K. Henry, 18, and Asher C. Lewis, 15.

All of the victims are from Warren.

The group was riding in a Honda Passport around 6:50 a.m. on Sunday, headed south on Pine Street, when the vehicle went off the left side of the road, hit and rolled over a guardrail and landed in a swamp on its roof.

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Jessica Dabrowski March 10, 20138:24 pm

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The superintendent talks about opportunities for students to seek help from counselors.

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Warren Mayor Doug Franklin says he spent the morning hugging and consoling the families. He then thanks the responders.

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Brian Holt with the Warren Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol says to his knowledge it is the deadliest crash in Trumbull County.

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Fox 8’s Allison Brown asks about the relationship among the victims. She is told at this time it is believed they are all friends.

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The two people who survived the accident have been released from the hospital.

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Holt says there was some seat belt usage.

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Fox 8’s Allison Brown asks about the dive team’s involvement. She is told it took the dive team two minutes to get to the scene and 15 minutes to recover the occupants.

Jessica Dabrowski March 10, 20138:07 pm

Officials do not know how fast the vehicle was traveling at the time of the crash.

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Brian Holt with the Ohio State Highway Patrol says the driver has been identified as 19-year-old Alexis Cayson. She died in the accident.

Jessica Dabrowski March 10, 20138:02 pm

The news conference is expected to begin in five minutes.