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4 teens killed in Johnston County crash after trooper tracks car going 104 mph

Four teens were killed in a fatal car crash on Interstate 95 in Johnston County.

Shortly after 2:30 a.m. Monday, the N.C. State Highway Patrol clocked a Kia Soul traveling 104 mph.

A state trooper tried to follow the car, but lost sight of it, according to ABC11, The News & Observer’s news=gathering partner.

Soon after, the Kia ran off the road on exit 93 and crashed into trees. The driver and front-seat passenger were trapped inside, while the back-seat passengers were thrown from the car, ABC 11 reported.

The driver has been identified as 17-year-old Alan Lee Lockamy, of Archer Lodge, according to ABC11.

The others were Freddy Seras, 17, of Clayton; Christopher Wayne Jackson, 17, of Smithfield; and Semaj Lejai Williams, 15, of Smithfield. ABC11 reported.

All four were current or former students at Smithfield-Selma High School.