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Four 16-year-old boys killed in the car accident in Sweden

Four boys at 16 years of age were killed in Sweden during a very violent car accident.

There is talk about a soloulykke, where a car apparently driven of the road and into some trees.

- It is with a heavy heart, that I can inform, that four 16-year-old boys are dead. This is an unprecedented tragedy for all involved, says Joseph, that we clasp, the local police chief in Sundsvall-area, according to the newspaper Aftonbladet.

There were six persons in the car. The other two are severely injured and is in hospital. They are also under 20 years of age.

Police have not disclosed the age and sex of the two injuries.

the Accident happened around at 03.00 am the night to Sunday in the town of Sundsvall, about 350 kilometres north of the Swedish capital, Stockholm.

Pictures from the tv-station SVT's regional channel, in the county of Västernorrland shows traces that indicate that the car is probably run of the road and into some trees in a grove.

Police have not said anything about how the accident may have happened.

- Now we need to investigate, to see if that may have happened a crime, says Joseph, we clasp.

- however, It is too early to say whether there it is. It is still not clear who drove the car, and where in the car the various boys sat, he says.

Aftonposten writing, to the boys 'school and the local church Sunday evening would be open for victims' families and friends, who may need to be together in these hours.

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