One area teen has been released from the hospital after two fatal weekend accidents, while another remains in critical condition.

Cody D. Wright, 18, of Brazil, was treated and released on Monday from Wishard Memorial Hospital in Indianapolis, according to a spokesman there.

According to a report from Indiana State Police, Wright led police on a high-speed chase through Putnam County before the vehicle he was driving went up an embankment, became airborne, struck several trees and landed on its wheels in a 20-foot ravine in the early hours of Saturday morning.

After the crash, Wright’s passenger, Brandee Siples, 17, of Brazil, was pronounced dead. Wright was taken by helicopter to Wishard.

An ISP spokesperson said the investigation is pending and no charges have been filed.

The passenger in a separate accident remained Monday in critical condition in Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis, a spokesman said. Gerald “J.J.” Bramer, 14, of Brazil, was injured in the accident that killed 17-year-old Justin W. Snow, also of Brazil.

Clay County Coroner Rick Sweringen Jr. pronounced Snow dead at the scene after he drove his 1988 Isuzu truck into the path of a 1998 Ford pickup truck driven by Justin T. White, 16, of Brazil, according to a Clay County Sheriff’s Department news release.

Snow was headed west on County Road 950 North and failed to yield the right of way to White, northbound on Kennedys Crossing Road.

Both Snow and Bramer were trapped in the Isuzu. Snow was wearing his seat belt, Bramer was not, according to Deputy Brison Swearingen.

Bramer was taken by helicopter to Indianapolis.

White was taken to St. Vincent Clay Hospital in Brazil by his parents, for minor injuries.

State Police are investigating and completing an accident reconstruction, but the initial cause was failure to yield the right of way, the news release stated.

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