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Teens identified in Warren crash that killed 6

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WARREN, OH (WKBN) -

The Ohio State Patrol has released the names of the victims in a fatal accident in Warren Sunday morning where six teenagers were killed and two others were injured.

The six teenagers who died in the accident are Alexis Cayson, 19, Andrique Bennett, 14, Kirklan M. Behner, 15, Daylan Ray, 15, Brandon A. Murray, 17, and Ramone M. White, 15. All of the victims were from Warren.

Brian K. Henry, 18, and Asher C. Lewis, 15, both of Warren, are being treated for injuries at St. Joseph Health Center and Trumbull Memorial.

According to the Ohio State Patrol a 1998 Honda Passport containing eight people was traveling south on Pine Street around 7 a.m. when it veered off the left side of the road, struck a guardrail, and rolled over onto its roof in a nearby pond area.

Two of the occupants escaped the crash and went to a nearby residence and called 911.

Five victims were removed from inside the SUV. A sixth victim was ejected and was located under the vehicle.

Ashia Cayson learned of her sister's death just before 9 a.m. She said that she had been thinking of her and was planning to get in touch with her soon.

"She was loving. She was silly, and she was a clown. She liked to make everybody laugh even when we were sad," said Cayson. "I just want everybody to know that if you are going through something, pick up the phone and call your siblings, your family and tell them you love them. You never know what can happen. Tomorrow is not promised to anybody."


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