Four teens were injured after their car struck a tree Saturday morning in Vanceboro.
According to Trooper S.F. Brown the crash happened around 10:13 a.m. on Bear Hole Road.
Brown says a 2011 Chevy Malibu driven by 17-year-old April Toler of New Bern crossed the center-line at a curve. The car then ran off the road and struck a pine tree.
18-year-old Nathan Carawon of New Bern, 15-year-old Hope Hasher of Vanceboro, and 14-year-old Samantha Sullivan of Vanceboro were all passengers inside the car. They were taken to Vidant Medical Center in Pitt County with multiple injuries.
Toler was taken to CarolinaEast Media Center.
Trooper Brown says charges are pending. He says speeding was not a factor that contributed to the crash. The car is a total loss.
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