Frank Wormald death – Update: The students who passed away in the crash have been identified by the officials. Although they were taken to the hospital, Harry Purcell, 17, Matilda Seccombe, 16, and Frank Wormald, 16, all passed away during the course of the weekend. Edward Spencer, another teen of the same age, has undergone surgery and is currently in a stable condition. On Friday around 4:10 p.m., a collision between a Ford Fiesta and a Fiat 500 occurred on the B4035 close to Shipston-on-Stour, in the county of Warwickshire.
The school’s principal, John Sanderson, praised the pupils for being “unique and remarkable” in his remarks. The Chipping Campden school located in Chipping Campden, England, mourn the death of three of their students and one was injured at the crash that happened on the B4035 close to Shipston-on-Stour, in the county of Warwickshire. The students passed away in accident near Shipston-on-Stour on Friday afternoon and the officials are yet to release the names of the students involved in the crash.
Chipping Campden students accident
On Friday afternoon, there was a collision between two cars which resulted in the death of Chipping Campden school students. According to the police, there were seven people involved in the collision. There were four teenagers traveling in a Ford Fiesta: three males and a female.
They were all evacuated to the hospital by air ambulance, and sadly, two of the teenagers, a boy aged 17 and a girl aged 16, passed away before the arrival of the officials. When paramedics from the West Midlands Ambulance Service arrived at the scene of the crash on the B4035 Campden Road, close to the Portobello crossroads at approximately 16:10 BST, the vehicles had damaged, according to the West Midlands Ambulance Service.
In terms of the other people who were riding in the Fiesta, one boy, age 16, is still listed as being in critical condition and later died, while another guy, age 17, is claimed to be stable after undergoing surgery. A mother and her two children were the passengers in a Fiat 500 that was sent to the hospital. These young people were all students in the lower 12th grade at Chipping Campden High School, which is located in Gloucestershire.
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