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4 Injured In Beaver County Crash

(Photo Credit: Brian Grystar/KDKA)

(Photo Credit: Brian Grystar/KDKA)

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NEW SEWICKLEY TOWNSHIP (KDKA) – Four people are recovering after an accident in Beaver County late Sunday night.

According to officials at the scene, the accident happened in the 1000-block of Reno Street Extension in New Sewickley Township around 11 p.m.

“The call I got was, ‘I’m so sorry. He’s not moving. We flipped the car,’” Vicki Parrish said.

Parrish said her 18-year-old daughter, Emily, was hysterical when she called to tell her about the crash.

The 18-year-old was driving an SUV with her 16-year-old boyfriend in the passenger’s seat, his twin sister in the back and along with another 16-year-old, when she lost control.

“She says her arm twitched and she lost control and just never regained it going around the bend,” Parrish said.

Police also believe she was speeding. They said the 16-year-old boyfriend was hurt the worst.

“I don’t believe he was conscious when they took him,” Parrish said.

Emergency responders had to cut the SUV’s roof off to get him out before he was flown to UPMC Presbyterian Hospital, where he’s in serious condition.

The two teens in the backseat were taken to Heritage Valley Medical Center, where they were treated and released.

Emily Parrish was released from the medical center with a broken scapula and a broken rib.

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