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5 teens involved in fatal crash were Stoughton High School students

Police and fire investigate a multi fatal car crash on RT 106 West St. and Laurel Street. Matthew J. Lee / Globe staff

EAST BRIDGEWATER, Mass. (AP) — Police say they have identified teenagers killed in a Massachusetts car crash as local high school students.

The five unidentified teens, all males, were traveling in one car in East Bridgewater when it crashed into a tree shortly after 4:30 p.m. Saturday.

Police responded to the scene to find a rolled over sedan, and three victims dead.

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Another teen was taken to Brockton Hospital where he was pronounced deceased.

A fifth victim is at Boston Medical Center being treated for his injuries.

In a press release from Stoughton High School, principal Juliette Muller extended her sympathies to the families of the teens and announced their attendance at the school.

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The school will be open to students, faculty, and staff at noon Sunday “to come together to grieve.”

Police say the crash is an ongoing investigation.