Click for more This happened in the block of Deer Trail Drive. Deputies said three teens, ages 16 and 17 years old, were walking in the middle of the street when the driver of a Toyota Corolla crossed the double white lines in the middle of the street and hit two of the teens. Deputies said the teens were walking the same direction the car was traveling and never saw it coming.
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Fights broke out on the packed sands of Troon, Ayrshire, while Class A drugs were seized, and families were forced to watch on in horror at youngsters' activities. Hordes of drunk and rowdy teens forced terrified families off a beach after they invaded the sand on the hottest day of the year so far. Thousands of Glaswegian youths descended on Troon beach in Ayrshire on Friday, stretching emergency services to the limit. Fights broke out on the packed sands, Class A drugs were seized, and families were forced to watch on in horror at youngsters fornicating in bushes. The Ayrshire Post understands that the majority of party-loving teens made their trip south on Scotrail services from Glasgow. And while they charged 11 people with public drinking offences, many more had booze taken off them, or were hit with fixed penalties.
Teen Drinking and Driving
Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about. A teen is died in an crash Sunday, after a high speed chase. Two others were hospitalized.
Teenage drinking has declined more dramatically in England than many other European countries, new research shows. A large reduction in weekly alcohol use among adolescents was observed between and in the majority of the 36 countries featured in a World Health Organisation WHO report. The largest decline in prevalence for both boys and girls was in England, where spirit and beer consumption has also fallen significantly. The WHO report, which examines alcohol-related behaviour among year-olds in Europe, was led by researchers at the University of St Andrews. More than half