Jul 6, 2015 5:49 PM
WEARE - A Dunbarton teenager is being remembered by his friends as a guy who loved trucks, hunting, motorcycles and laughing.
State police are investigating a crash that happened on Route 114 in Weare Friday. An officer tried to pull over a pick up truck that didn’t have working taillights but the driver sped off, police said.
The truck crashed, ejecting all three people inside. The driver and another passenger were seriously injured, Trevor Gonyer, 17, died of his injuries.
Two memorials at the crash site are frequented by friends and classmates.
A memorial ride will be held Tuesday that will pass the crash site and end at Gonyer’s home in Dunbarton.
For information on the ride click here.
State police have not said whether charges will be filed in connection with the crash.
The names of the driver and surviving passenger have not been released.
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