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 May 15, 2005
Barrington teens involved in crash are laid to rest
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It's a tough day for some- in just a few hours the family and friends of two teenagers killed in a weekend crash will come together. They'll have a final chance to say goodbye as the teens are laid to rest.

Two Barrington teens will be buried later this morning after a car accident early Sunday morning. A memorial is set up where the car carrying 15 year old Michael Neuberger, 16 year old Zachary Stiness, and 16 year old Brenden Mcgonagle crashed early Sunday morning.

Barrington police confirm Brenden Mcgonable, the sole survivor and the only teen wearing his seatbelt, is still in serious condition.

Chief John LaCross, Barrington Police Dept.:

"There was one can of beer that was sealed and not open, removed from the vehicle. There was a small amount of marijuana. It does not indicate that the driver was impaired or under the influence."

 Investigators from the accident reconstruction team also confirm driver Zachary Stiness was traveling at three times the speed limit, and there were no signs of braking. He also was driving with a learner's permit.

Both funerals will be held back to back later this morning at St. Luke's church in Barrington .

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