The two SC missing teens were discovered Sunday in Kershaw County, 200 yards west of the Wateree River where the car plummeted into after an alleged car wreck. The police found the teens still inside the 2006 Pontiac G6 that the boys were driving around 4:20 p.m.
Accordingly, two teens went missing on their way to Myrtle Beach on October 13 of this year. They left Waxhaw, NC and headed for the beach in the early morning to watch the sunrise. The only clues the parent had to their children’s whereabouts was that they made it to Rock Hill, SC, when one of the boys cell phones ” pinged” from a Rock Hill tower.
The Kershaw Police Department found the car in the marshy water, but needed assistance from a diver in the Camden Fire Department to help secure the car. Upon harnessing the car, the police were able to retrieve the vehicle and determine if the boys were in the car.
Moreover, the state Highway Patrol additionally has jurisdiction over the incident and investigation, as it appears as though the wreckage was a result of a traffic accident.
An autopsy is currently being conducted to determine the exact cause of death and if alcohol played a contribution in the accident.
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