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Fremont teen's case moved to juvenile court

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By: Channel 8 Newsroom
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FREMONT, Neb. (AP) The case of a 16-year-old charged in the deaths of three other teens killed in a crash will be moved to juvenile court.

The Fremont teen is charged with willful reckless driving, racing on the highway and driving left of center.

Investigators say the teen was racing another car carrying four 16-year-old boys from Fremont in early June when the crash occurred.

Jackson Blick and Tyler Walling died at the scene. Trey Hansen died later at an Omaha hospital. Another 16-year-old was seriously injured and is recovering from his injuries.

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