Teens iden­ti­fied in fa­tal car crash

Po­lice say boy, 14, drove stolen car

Sun Sentinel Broward Edition - - LOCAL - By Linda Trischitta And Tonya Alanez Staff writ­ers CRASH, 2B

It was 3 a.m. The car was stolen. The driver was all of 14. And his six pas­sen­gers were only 12 and 13.

The seven Pom­pano Beach kids crammed in­side the Toy­ota Camry found them­selves trapped when the car flipped and landed up­side down on rail­road tracks. It would take 10 res­cue work­ers with spe­cial tools to cut them out.

Two girls died — one at the scene; an­other one at the hos­pi­tal. Four suf­fered trau­matic in­juries. One had to be flown to the hos­pi­tal by he­li­copter.

Au­thor­i­ties on Mon­day iden­ti­fied the boy and six girls who de­parted on the fa­tal joyride that ended with the Camry crin­kled and on its roof in the 1200 block of North­west 15th Street, west of In­ter­state 95 and north of East At­lantic Boule­vard.

Anac­shia John­son, 13, died at the scene and Chayanna Ne­smith, 12, died at Broward Health Med­i­cal Cen­ter in Fort Laud­erdale, Broward Sher­iff’s spokes­woman Keyla Con­cep­cion said.

Chayanna’s sis­ter, Teeanna Ne­smith, 13, was hos­pi­tal­ized with a dis­lo­cated shoul­der. The

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