Massachusetts Teenager Killed In Traffic Accident.

Police in Oakham, Massachusetts report that a single-car accident resulted in the death of a local high school senior, and serious personal injuries to another local high school student.

In the early morning hours of this past Sunday, March 16, 2014, 17 year-old Aaron Witkos, of Oakham, and 17 year-old Jeremy Kauppila, of Hubbardston, were travelling on Old Turnpike Road in Oakham. Witkos was driving when the vehicle of the two teenagers who attend Quabbin Regional High School skidded off the road and slammed into a tree.

Kauppila was pronounced dead at the scene of the automobile crash. Witkos was extricated from the wrecked car by firefighters and then airlifted to the emergency room in the UMass Memorial Medical Center in nearby Worcester, Massachusetts. Witkos remains in very serious condition at the hospital.

Oakham Police is receiving assistance from the Massachusetts State Police Reconstruction Team members in the investigation into the causes of the unfortunate wrongful death car accident.

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