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Teen cited after causing injuries in Kenosha accident

A teenager in Kenosha was given a citation after he caused a two-vehicle accident that left him and two others with significant injuries, Kenosha News stated on December 1.

According to reports, 19-year-old Alexander Pagan was driving his Ford Mustang at high speeds – between 60 and 80 mph, according to varying reports – on November 24 when he collided head-on with a vehicle driven by Daron Terfehn. The speed limit in the 5700 block of Highway 50 where the collision took place is set at 40mph.

Terfehn sustained various bodily injuries, including fractured bones, possible concussions, and seat belt burns. He received treatment at a hospital in Wauwatosa. Pagan and a passenger of his vehicle identified as Dalonda Barnes both receive treatment for broken bones. Pagan also told authorities that he smoked marijuana days before the accident happened, and officers found almost ten grams of the drug in his vehicle after the collision.

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