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4 teens on way to prom crash in Butler County, rushed to hospitals
UPDATE @ a.m.: A 17-year-old student suffered life-threatening injuries once she was ejected from a car on her way to the Monroe High School prom fri night. RELATED: forethought Flight rushes early-morning Warren County crash victim to hospital additional 17-year-old student was driving the car when Dallman aforesaid she veered off the right-hand broadside of the road in the eastward lane, over-corrected and went off the left lateral of the road. The immature was seated in the rear seat when the car went off Millikin moving at around p.m. An 18-year-old priapic who was in the front passenger seat was trapped and had to be extricated. She was flown to body of Cincinnati Medical Center aft the crash.