Akron teen charged in double fatal pleads guilty; sentencing set for Jan. 2

Akron teen charged in double fatal pleads guilty; sentencing set for Jan. 2
Briyana Hayes (Source: Gofundme)
Briyana Hayes (Source: Gofundme)
16-year-old pleads guilty to causing a double traffic fatality involving an Akron Fire Truck.  (Source: WOIO)
16-year-old pleads guilty to causing a double traffic fatality involving an Akron Fire Truck.  (Source: WOIO)
(Source: WOIO)
(Source: WOIO)

AKRON, OH (WOIO) - A 16-year-old girl has pleaded guilty to juvenile charges in the deaths of two teen passengers who died when she ran a red light and collided with a fire truck in Akron.

According to the Associated Press, the teen told a Summit County Juvenile Court judge that she does not remember the July 14 crash that killed 15-year-old Briyana Hayes and 16-year-old Lashae Johnson. One of the teens was her cousin.

She pleaded guilty to aggravated vehicular homicide and aggravated vehicular assault in a plea deal.

The fire truck was headed to training and didn't have its lights or sirens on during the collision.

She'll be sentenced on Jan. 2, 2018.

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