Three Wisconsin teens are dead after a single-vehicle crash Tuesday night. The Eau Claire County Sheriff's Department told the Eau Claire Leader-Telegram, the car was traveling at a high rate of speed when it crashed. Two other minors were injured. A toxicology test will be conducted on the driver, but alcohol is not suspected.
Wisconsin minors were 'hill jumping' before fatal crash
The Eau Claire County Sheriff's Department says the group of Wisconsin teenagers involved in a deadly single-vehicle crash last month were "hill jumping." Three teens, including the driver, died in the crash. Two other minors were badly injured. The Eau Claire Leader-Telegram reports the 14-year-old driver was traveling 25-35 miles per hour above the 55 mph speed limit. The county attorney will now decide whether to file any charges.