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Friday, July 29, 2005 

Teen car crashes in Boston

The Boston Herald reports about how teenage drivers in the area are losing themselves in recklessness, and at the risk of their lives:
"Massachusetts has had its share of tragic car wrecks involving teens this summer, and each case should prompt more vigilance: From parents, from young drivers and from lawmakers who are considering changes that could make Bay State roadways safer.

In the most recent tragedy, 17-year-old Charles Ware of Billerica was killed when his car struck a utility pole at 5:30 a.m. Wednesday, after he was allegedly drag-racing with a friend.

His death comes a month after a 14-year-old girl was killed in Woburn when her boyfriend - licensed for just two days - tried passing a friend's car at high speed. Both young men got behind the wheel in apparent violation of their junior operator licenses, which limited the hours they could drive and the passengers they could carry."
I think it's a shame that, among the problems we're facing in today's world, even reckless teenage driving is still proving to be quite a danger. So I should hope that the legislation spoken about here will be fully passed to prevent teens from losing themselves to the "driving drug" they seem to be succumbing to.


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