ST. LOUIS, MO – A teenager involved in an incident that left 2 severely injured on Saturday succumbed to his injuries while in the hospital Wednesday night.
According to KMOV, William Jordan, 17, suffered an extreme neck and head injury while he and two others were standing through the sunroof of an SUV driving around a parking lot within the 100 block of Spruce St.
Authorities believe the victims either hit their heads on a beam or fell from the roof. The 18-year-old female driver fled the scene leaving Jordan and the other two victims behind.
Details regarding the identities of others involved have not yet been released.
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