16-Year-Old Weymouth, Massachusetts, Boy Issued Citation in Deadly Crash

A 16-year-old Massachusetts boy has been issued a citation for motor vehicle homicide in connection with a deadly crash over the weekend in Weymouth.

Police say the teen driver, who wasn't identified, was also issued a citation for failing to keep right, speeding and a junior operator violation.

Fifteen-year-old Kate McCarthy, a Weymouth resident and sophomore at Archbishop Williams High School in nearby Braintree, was killed in the crash that happened on Union Street Saturday night.

There were two other passengers in the teen's car on the night of the crash who were also injured in the crash.

The teen will appear at Quincy District Court on misdemeanor charges.

The investigation is ongoing.

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