Report released in fatal Brunswick crash | News
BRUNSWICK, OH (WOIO) _ The Ohio State Highway Patrol Elyria Post has released details into the crash that killed four Brunswick High School students.
Speed was the main factor in the deadly crash.
According to the report, the teens were traveling at 69 mph when the Chevy Cavalier went airborne at a railroad crossing on Boston Road near Boone in Columbia Township, Ohio.
The teens crashed upon landing.
Four teens were killed in the crash and one survived.
Since the fatal crash, flashing signs have been installed near the crash site reminding drivers to slow it down.
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