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School makes grief counselors available

UNITY– Counselors were available at a New Hampshire high school Monday to help those mourning the deaths of three teenagers killed in a crash in Unity.

Two 17-year-olds and an 18-year-old died Sunday afternoon when their car went off the road, struck a tree and split in two pieces, according to state police. Another 17-year-old was hospitalized with life-threatening injuries. ...

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UNITY– Counselors were available at a New Hampshire high school Monday to help those mourning the deaths of three teenagers killed in a crash in Unity.

Two 17-year-olds and an 18-year-old died Sunday afternoon when their car went off the road, struck a tree and split in two pieces, according to state police. Another 17-year-old was hospitalized with life-threatening injuries.

The Eagle Times reports that one of the teens killed, 18-year-old Brittany Bailey, graduated from Stevens High School in Claremont earlier this year. The Valley News identified the other two students who were killed as John Varnum Jr., and Brandon Rock, both entering their senior year at the school. A fourth occupant of the car, identified as Selena Carrier, was hospitalized.

Superintendent Middleton McGoodwin said counselors from the school district and West Central Behavioral Health were available on Monday.

Authorities say speed was a factor in the crash.

– Staff and wire reports