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Chicken Valley Road Accident Results in 3 Teen Injured and 1 Girl Killed

The topic at hand is the accident that occurred on Chicken Valley Road. According to reports from the Nassau County Police Department, a Nissan with a 16-year-old driver and three teenage passengers, all sustained injuries, including one that was life-threatening, when the vehicle lost control and collided with a tree early on Sunday morning in Old Brookville.

The accident took place at 3:37 in the morning on Chicken Valley Road in the westbound direction, near the intersection with Brookville Lane, as stated in a news release issued by the police. According to the authorities, a doctor working for the Nassau police department pronounced the driver, whose identity was not immediately known, dead at the scene of the accident.

Three male passengers, ages 14, 15, and 16, were brought to local hospitals for treatment. They were all taken there. The status of the 16-year-old boy was described as “critical” on Sunday afternoon. According to reports, the status of the remaining teenagers is stable. Their identities were never revealed to anyone. The officials have stated that they are continuing their investigation into the crash.

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