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 May 15, 2005
Police say speed, slippery roads may have caused fatal car accident
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BARRINGTON, R.I. Police say speed and wet streets may have caused the car crash Sunday in Barrington that killed two teenagers.

Police say the vehicle was going 75 miles-per-hour three times the posted limit on Nayatt Road when the car went off the road and crashed into several trees around 1:45 am.

The accident killed Michael Neubauer and Zachary Stiness. They were sophomores at Barrington High School. A third person, Brenden McGonagle, was wearing a seatbelt in the back seat. He was seriously injured.

Police say they think Stiness was the driver but only had a learner's permit.

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