BETHEL TWP. (AP) – Authorities say two teenagers died and two others were injured after two vehicles crashed in southern Michigan.

Police say the crash happened Monday afternoon in Branch County’s Bethel Township, about 80 miles southeast of Grand Rapids. The Daily Reporter of Coldwater, WOOD-TV and WWMT-TV report the four were believed to be students at nearby Bronson High School.

Police say two boys died after a Ford Mustang hit a tree and two girls were injured when a sport utility vehicle went off the road. Police say one girl was in critical condition and one was in fair condition.

The crash happened after classes finished for the day at Bronson High School.

Bronson Community Schools said in a statement posted on the district’s website that grief counseling would be available Tuesday.

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  1. Crash McCar says:

    Here is another example of not teaching young people vehicle dynamics and the problems with high speed.

    In fact every driver should be instructed on critical vehicle dynamics topics. It can only immensely improve one’s knowledge in driving a car safely.

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