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Teenager Indicted in Crash That Killed High School Classmate

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WILMINGTON, Del. (AP)- A Middletown teenager has been indicted in connection with a crash that killed his Salesianum School classmate months before their graduation.
A Delaware grand jury on Monday formally charged 18-year-old John Kirsch with second-degree vehicular homicide for the death of 17-year-old Tyler Brown of Woolwich, New Jersey and second-degree vehicular assault for life-threatening injuries 17-year-old Kelly Muschiatti suffered. Kirsch is also facing two alcohol-related charges.
Police say Kirsch was driving Brown and Muschiatti in a pickup truck on the night of March 11 when Kirsch tried to cut across U.S. 301, colliding with a tractor-trailer. Brown died the next day from injuries he sustained in the crash.
It is unclear whether Kirsch has an attorney.

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