Teen athletes pass away after prom-night car accident

Teen athletes pass away after prom-night car accident

Two Alabama young people died in a car crash early Saturday morning following attending a nearby significant school’s promenade dance alongside one another.

Samuel Brown, 18, and Madison Sims, 17, were reportedly traveling in a 2022 Tesla that collided with a semi-truck close to 1:50 a.m. close to Interstate 20/59 and Skyland Boulevard East in Tuscaloosa, AL.com noted.

Samuel Brown, 18, and Madison Sims, 17, died in a auto crash early Saturday morning soon after attending an Alabama higher school’s promenade dance alongside one another. (Adobe Stock)

In accordance to Tuscaloosa police, Sims, who was driving, and Brown, who was in the entrance passenger seat, were being traveling with two other youngsters in the car or truck prior to the wreck.

Adhering to the crash, the truck’s trailer reportedly landed on best of the Tesla, pinning the 4 teenagers within and killing Brown and Sims, for every AL.com.

The other two teens, a person discovered as an 18-year-previous girl from Montgomery and a 17-12 months-previous girl from Marion, were both transported to regional hospitals with accidents, in accordance to the report.

The 17-12 months-outdated, whose accidents were being reportedly minimal, was described as in great condition on Saturday early morning, in accordance to law enforcement.

The 18-year-aged reportedly sustained more serious injuries and no update on her issue was disclosed. 

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The report on top of that did not specify the health condition of the semi truck’s driver or other passengers adhering to the crash.

Brown and Sims were both scholar-athletes at their respective schools. Brown performed soccer at R.C. Hatch Significant School in Uniontown and Sims was a observe athlete at Bryant High School in Cottondale, according to AL.com.

“It is with wonderful sadness that we mourn the loss of  Samuel Brown and Madison Sims,” reads a Facebook publish from the Perry County university district. “We extend our most sincere condolences to the Brown and Sims relatives. No more information are out there, and we inquire the local community to you should regard the privacy of the people all through this hard time.”

The college district’s Facebook publish additional that grief counselors would be offered to pupils and college next week.

“We talk to that you remember to continue to keep absolutely everyone in your views and prayers as we navigate the days in advance jointly,” the publish concluded.

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