Four teenagers were discovered dead inside their car…

Following an accident that occurred during a camping trip in the United Kingdom, the bodies of four young men have been found inside of a car.

On Tuesday, the police in Wales issued a statement that was published on Facebook. The statement said that the deceased were recovered from a vehicle that seemed to have gone off the road.

On the morning of Sunday, Jevon Hirst, Harvey Owen, Wilf Fitchett, and Hugo Morris, all of whom were between the ages of 16 and 18, were reported missing.

Superintendent Owain Llewellyn of the North Wales Police Department issued a statement in which he stated, “This appears to have been a tragic accident, and our thoughts are with the family and friends of the four young men during this very difficult time.”

“This has been a comprehensive search that has involved a number of different organizations and volunteers, and unfortunately, this is not the outcome that any of us would have wanted,” he added. What we would want to request is that the family be treated with the right amount of respect and privacy.

The investigation into the circumstances that led to the catastrophe is still ongoing, according to the authorities.

In the morning of Tuesday, a member of the public reportedly informed the authorities about the location of an upside-down Ford Fiesta that was also partially submerged in water. This information was reported by the BBC.

The authorities observed the automobile in which the young people were traveling in the Porthmadog region of Wales “following information from a member of the public,” as stated in a press release that was published on the website of the police department on Tuesday.

In the meanwhile, a local councilor named June Jones made the statement that “the car was only spotted when a passing truck driver saw it from the higher vantage point of his cab.”

Immediately after the tragic event, Crystal Owen, Harvey Owen’s mother, posted a message on Facebook on Wednesday, stating, “I feel like I’m in a nightmare I wish I could wake up from, but I’m not.” This statement was reported by The Guardian.

I would want to express my gratitude to everyone for their generosity, but I am aware that no amount of messages will be able to assist me in overcoming this. Additionally, she followed by saying, “There is nothing that will make this nightmare go away.”

At the time, it was stated that the boys were camping in the Eryri area of Wales, which is more often referred to as Snowdonia. The lads attended the same school in England. Mount Snowdon, which is the highest peak in the United Kingdom that is not situated in the Scottish Highlands, can be found in this remote spot, which is a popular site for hiking and camping.

Shrewsbury College, the institution that the children attend, also paid tribute to them in a statement that was obtained by individuals on Tuesday.

According to the statement, “We would like to offer our deepest condolences to the family and friends of the four young men who tragically died in the suspected traffic accident.” There were four young men who were killed in the accident. Our thoughts and prayers are with everyone who have been impacted by this news, which is extremely awful.

According to the statement, “We would like to express our gratitude to the local mountain rescue teams and emergency services, as well as members of the general public, for their assistance in assisting with the search and helping to locate the vehicle.” “We will be working directly with students and staff who have been affected by terrible accidents, and we have put in place a variety of support measures for all members of our community,”

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