Hours After Graduation, Quiogue Teen Killed In Single-Car Accident; Driver Charged With DWI - 27 East


Hours After Graduation, Quiogue Teen Killed In Single-Car Accident; Driver Charged With DWI

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By Laura Cooper
and Colleen Reynolds on Jun 27, 2011
An 18-year-old who graduated from Westhampton Beach High School this weekend was killed in a car accident on Sunday night when his 17-year-old friend—who was charged with DWI—lost control of... more

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