16-year-old Sheehan student injured in crash released from hospital, 15-year-old in stable condition

16-year-old Sheehan student injured in crash released from hospital, 15-year-old in stable condition



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WALLINGFORD — Police say the 16-year-old Sheehan High School student injured in Friday’s crash on Highland Avenue has been released from the hospital while the 15-year-old student injured was listed in stable condition Monday.

The accident occurred at about 3 p.m. on Highland Avenue north of Route 68. Injured were Jordan Davis, 16, and Tre Childers, 15, according to multiple online fundraising pages set up following the crash. 

Just before the crash, the two students attended a Sheehan football team meeting, police said.

Police had not officially released the teens’ names Monday pending an investigation.

The 16-year-old driver lost control of the car and struck a tree, said police spokeswoman Lt. Cheryl Bradley. Both students had to be extricated from the totaled 2009 Toyota Scion TC.

GoFundMe.com pages to assist Childers’ family can be found at www.gofundme.com/tre039s-recovery-costs and www.gofundme.com/5aaewag. A page set up for Davis can be found at www.gofundme.com/jordan-davis.

Anyone who witnessed the crash is asked to call Officer Christian Evans or Lt. Anthony DeMaio at 203-294-2815.

blipiner@record-journal.com
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Twitter: @BryanLipiner


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