Dangerous substances found in bodies of victims in Pennsylvania car accidentJanuary 18th, 2013 by Gabriel Z. Levin
After a lengthy investigation into a car accident that occurred during the fall of 2011 in Pennsylvania, investigators have revealed that the three adolescent boys who were killed in the vehicle that crashed were inhaling dangerous substances that impaired their cognitive abilities. One other person died as a result of the incident. According to sources, law enforcement officials reported that the coroner discovered Difluoroethanein the bodies of three 18-year-olds in the SUV. Three other people in the car were also hurt.
”It’s pretty hard to think it could just happen that fast,” said a fellow classmate of the victims, shortly after the automobile accident. ”It could be anyone.”
Inhaling the compressed air cleaner can be deadly. Side effects of doing so include drowsiness, loss of inhibition, hallucinations, lack of coordination and in some cases sudden cardiac arrest or suffocation.
The automobile accident took place in Waynesburg on Interstate 79. Police stated that the teenage boys in the SUV were traveling north when the car went over the median and ran into a camper and motorcycle. The driver of the motorcycle, a 47-year-old male, was killed. His female passenger was injured, but recovered. The motorcycle operator did not have any illegal substances in his body. Three other passengers in the SUV were also hurt, however, all made full recoveries.
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