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KMTV — Sarpy County officials revealed Tuesday afternoon that speed and alcohol were factors in the Gretna crash that killed 4 teen girls and injured one. Forensic examination found the driver of the vehicle, year-old Abigail Barth, had a blood alcohol content of. Other passengers in the vehicle had the following blood alcohol content, according to Sarpy County authorities: Roan Brandon .
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WOWT - Authorities investigating the June 17 crash that killed four Gretna High School students have two "persons of interest" but are looking for information about who provided the alcohol — and where it came from, according to details revealed during a Wednesday press conference. In an update Wednesday morning, the Sarpy County Sheriff's Office and County Attorney's Office asked the public to come forward with information to help with the investigation into the June 17 crash involving five Gretna High School students, four of whom died at the scene: Abigail Barth, 16, Alexandria Minardi, 15, Kloe Odermatt, 16, and Addisyn Pfeifer, Roan Brandon, 15, was hospitalized in a burn unit following the crash and released earlier this month.
Three of the passengers have not been positively identified, although police believe they know who the victims are. A Nebraska community is mourning the deaths of four teenage girls who died in a fiery car crash on Monday night. There was a fifth passenger in the car, who was taken to a local hospital and treated for burns.
WOWT -- The driver of the vehicle in the fatal Gretna crash that left four teen girls dead was legally drunk and driving at speeds exceeding 90 mph, authorities said Tuesday. The year-old driver, Abigail Barth, had a blood-alcohol content of 0. Addisyn Pfeifer had no alcohol in her system, according to a release from the Sarpy County Sheriff's Office. The Ford Fusion was traveling eastbound on Platteview Road when it left the roadway near th Street, came to rest in a creek, and caught on fire, the release states.