PETROLIA (KDKA/AP) – State police say a teen driving an all-terrain vehicle that crashed, killing a 16-year-old passenger, could face charges – as could someone who apparently helped move the ATV from the crash scene.

State police in Butler aren’t identifying either suspect while they continue to investigate the crash that killed Briggs Buck, of Chicora, late Friday.

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Lt. Thomas Dubovi  says police believe the teen driver may have been drinking and left the scene because he was afraid to get into trouble. The ATV was too damaged to drive away, so Dubovi says someone following the boys in a pickup stopped after the crash and helped haul the ATV from the scene.

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The crash happened on a rural road in Fairview Township, Butler County.

Police say the driver lost control of the vehicle as it slid on some snow. As the ATV rolled over, both boys were thrown from it, killing Buck.

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