Teen Pleads Guilty in Fatal Highway Crash

Two cars were traveling over 100 mph on State Route 52 on April 4 when one car lost control

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    The scene of the deadly crash on April 4 along SR 52.

    A teenager pleaded guilty to gross vehicular manslaughter charges for his role in a high-speed crash that killed two friends and seriously injured his girlfriend.

    Two cars were traveling over 100 mph on State Route 52 on April 4 when one car lost control near Convoy Street and flipped.

    Jayli Campbell and Anthony Foreman were ejected from the car driven by their friend, a 16-year-old Santana High School junior.

    Teen Pleads Guilty in Fatal Highway Crash

    [DGO] Teen Pleads Guilty in Fatal Highway Crash
    A teenager pleaded guilty to gross vehicular manslaughter charges for his role in a high speed crash that killed two friends and seriously injured his girlfriend.

    The teenage driver, who initially claimed the accelerator stuck moments before the crash, pleaded guilty to two counts at a status conference on Monday.

    It is NBC 7 San Diego's policy not to identify individuals charged as minors in the juvenile court system.

    Campbell, 16, was a Santana High School student. Foreman, 18, was an El Capitan High School student who friends called "Big Sweat."

    A third crash victim, Charlotte McQuillen, 15, was hospitalized with serious injuries she suffered in the crash. The driver in the crash was McQuillen’s boyfriend.

    McQuillen's family said the teenager suffered damage to her short-term memory as a result of the crash.

    The defendant faces a maximum of 7 years, 4 months in custody. The next court hearing is scheduled for July 16.

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