Saturday, December 12, 2015

Killed In A Nerf War! Two Minnesota Teens Die In Roll Over Caused By Nerf Gun

Police in Minnesota confirmed on Friday that a game of 'Nerf Wars' played a role in a rollover crash in Dakota County last week that killed two teenagers and critically injured their friend. County Sheriff's officials said at a press conference that on December 4, the road was clear and neither drugs nor alcohol played a role in the accident involving a pickup truck carrying four Lakeville High School students. Johnny Price, 18, and Jacob 'Jake' Flynn, 17, were killed in the crash on 225th Street, west of Dodd Boulevard, in Lakeville. Driver Alexander Hughes, 17, was rushed to hospital where he remains in a critical condition while a fourth teen, Mason Kohlbeck, 18, was found wandering dazed nearby after the rollover. Sheriff Tim Leslie said the four friends got in the pickup truck that afternoon to play 'Nerf Wars' - a game in which participants fire foam darts at one another. Sheriff’s Capt. Jim Rogers said investigators later found a couple of Nerf guns in the mangled vehicle, reported Minneapolis Star Tribune. Daily Mail Read More>>>>>

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