Four teenage passengers were killed in a murderous auto disintegrate on Saturday that left a vehicle charge to patches after flip-flop over and impressing a tree south of Boston, officials said.

The crash happened just after 4 p. m. in East Bridgewater, pinpointed 30 miles south of Boston, when the white-hot sedan flipped over and disintegrated into a tree in the front ground of a home.

“Three people had been declared dead at the stage, one person was taken to the Brockton hospital and was declared dead there, ” Plymouth County District Attorney Timothy Cruz told Boston 25 News.

Cruz identified the main victims on Sunday as classmates Christopher Desir, Eric Sarblah and David Bell, all 17 years old, and 16 -year-old Nick Joyce.

The driver of the vehicle, who is also 17, is still being treated for his injuries at Boston Medical Center. His name has still not been been released by authorities.

Stoughton Public Schools said in a letter posted to Twitter that all five adolescents in the car went to Stoughton High School.

“We spread our deepest pities to the families of these students, ” principal Juliette Miller wrote.

All of the teens in the vehicle were on the line team, is in accordance with Stoughton Public Schools Superintendent Marguerite Rizzi, who called the accident the “worst nightmare of any school administrator.”

“This is a ravaging party for any community, any school, ” she said.

The school plans to open on Sunday at noon for any students, faculty, and staff to come together to “grieve and learn on each other, ” in addition to having counselors-at-law available.

Authorities had to use multiple laids of the Jaws of Life extraction tool to remove the boys from the crumpled vehicle, according to The Enterprise newspaper.

The lone survivor of the car accident was transported to a neighbourhood infirmary and is in critical condition. ( Boston 25 News)


Neighbors in the area where the accident has just taken place told Boston 25 News they never watched a accident as serious as the one on Saturday.

“It’s awful, the poor categories, that vehicle is destroyed and there’s good-for-nothing left of it at all, ” Aaron Bill said. “I felt anguish for all the families that lost everything that happened, and I’m just hoping it’s no one I know really, make I don’t know yet.”

Authorities are now investigating if rush and the rain may have been contributing factors in the fatal gate-crash. Examiners still haven’t justified how fast the car was going, and were working on Saturday to reconstruct the accident scene.

“It’s frightening, I feel bad for family members and for the people, their friends, ” neighbor Jessica Kehoe told Boston 25 News.

Travis Fedschun is a reporter for Follow him on Twitter @ travfed