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Pinkerton students grieve friend who died in car crash
Kyle Ross, 17, a junior, died Wednesday from injuries he suffered in a New Year's Eve car crash. His death sent the Pinkerton community into mourning.
The turnout was light, but some students still showed up for the counseling, said Chip Underhill, executive director of public relations and external affairs.
The crash is under investigation by the Derry police crash team, Capt. Vern Thomas said.
"The Pinkerton community is heartbroken," Headmaster Mary Anderson said Thursday. "We extend our deepest condolences to the family of Kyle Ross, and we offer our heartfelt prayers and thoughts for Johanna's recovery."
Calling hours will be Wednesday at Peabody Funeral Homes and Crematorium in Derry. A private liturgy of Christian burial will be celebrated at St. Thomas Aquinas Church in Derry.
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