Three adolescents were ejected and killed from a plagiarized SUV on Friday when an underage motorist lost self-control of the speeding vehicle on a New York highway and it wheeled over several times, authorities said.
Nine adolescents and an babe were carried within the Chevy Trailblazer as it erratically sped and swerved in and out of congestion on Long Island’s Meadowbrook Parkway just before noon, New York State Police pronounced at a news conference.
The driver was a 15 -year-old girl from Uniondale, a Nassau County suburb about 30 miles from Manhattan, FOX 5 New York reported.
The girl, five other teens between ages 13 and 18, and the 8-month-old babe survived with non-life threatening injuries.
“The vehicle did lose control, overturned several times and has now come to final rest on the west shoulder into the marsh, ” answered Maj. David Candelaria.
“The vehicle did lose control, invalidated several times and has now come to final rest on the west shoulder into the marsh.”
Investigators operated helicopters over the rubble in search of mass, the depot said.
Two of the teenages were found dead at the background, while the third largest expired at a infirmary, the New York Post reported.
The Chevy Trailblazer, reported stolen Thursday from the nearby municipality of Roosevelt, did not have enough seatbelts to safely fit all of the passengers, FOX 5 reported.
Police were investigating to adjudicate the how fast private vehicles was going.
The Associated Press contributed to this report .