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Myles Mack, Twin Valley student, identified as victim of deadly accident

Driver of car, Nathaniel Woolfey, still hospitalized in serious condition

Twin Valley student identified as victim of deadly accident

EAST BRANDWINE TWP., Pa. - A teenager who lost his life in an accident last week has now been identified by police as a student at Twin Valley High School.

Myles Mack was a passenger in a car that crashed just after 11 p.m. Friday on East Reeceville Road in East Brandywine Twp., Chester Co., said police, adding that Mack, 17, died of his injuries.

Mack, of Honey Brook, was a junior at Twin Valley High School, said the district's superintendent. Counselors were on hand Tuesday to help Mack's classmates and teachers cope with the tragedy. They'll continue to be available at the school throughout the week.

The driver of the car, Nathaniel Woolfrey, 20, of West Chester, remains hospitalized in serious condition, police said.

Police are asking anyone who witnessed the accident or has additional information that can help their investigation to call the department at 610-269-4300.


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