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Flashing stop sign placed at crash site

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A flashing traffic light has been installed near the crash site that took the lives of four Brunswick teens earlier this month.

The speed limit has also been decreased from 55 mph to 25 mph

On June 3rd, five Brunswick High School teens were in a vehicle that went airborne over railroad crossing tracks on Boston Road near Boone.

Jeffrey Chaya, 18, Lexi Poerner, 17, Blake Bartchak , 17, and Kevin Fox, 18, were all killed in the crash. The sole survivor, Julia Romito, 17, was treated and released from Southwest General Hospital.

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