Two teenagers died in a London Grove car crash Sept. 10, 2010. The fatal crash, reportedly, occurred when an 18-year-old driver crossed a double yellow line and collided head on with another vehicle.
The driver, Arick T. Price, and Victoria Ramos, 15, a passenger in the vehicle, both died at the scene. Two other passengers in the vehicle, allegedly, suffered severe auto injuries. The two passengers included owner of the vehicle, Brittany Miller, 21, and Carey Ciccone, 16.
Henry Manlove, 48, was driving the other vehicle involved in the crash. He was driving a 2000 GMC Yukon. Passengers included his wife, their 14-year-old daughter and her friend. They were heading home from an Avon Grove High School football game at the time of the accident.
All four people in the second vehicle survived although it has been reported that they suffered severe injuries and were treated at a local hospital.
Students have begun a memorial corner at the accident site. The memorial corner is adjacent to Avon Grove Charter School on the corner of Meadow Woods Lane.
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