Fatal car crash claims lives of two Minnetonka teens
Two students from Minnetonka Senior High were killed Friday night when their car rolled over on County road 40 outside of Belle Plaine leaving another student in critical condition with spinal injuries according to StarTribune.com. Authorities said that apparently Minnetonka high students, Kylie Grayden and Kelly Phillips were driving with Grayden's cousin, Mitch Grengs of Woodbury high school to a friend's bonfire when their car drove off the road and rolled over around 8:10 p.m., according to StarTribune.com.
Hundreds of friends, family members, and fellow students of the victims gathered at center field of the Minnetonka high school football stadium Sunday night to mourn the loss of the Grayden and Phillips said StarTribune.com.
According to wcco.com Grayden and Grengs were both riding in the front seats wearing seatbelts, but Phillips who was not using her seatbelt was ejected from the vehicle.
Mitch Grengs who is still hospitalized is scheduled to have surgery on Monday. He has so far made minimal improvements including wiggling his toes and making small arm movements according to StarTribune.com.
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