Teen Charged As Juvenile In Crash That Killed 2 Friends

15-Year-Old Boy Faces Multiple Charges

A 15-year-old Carmel boy was charged as a juvenile following a crash last month that killed two other teens.

The boy, whose name wasn't released, was charged in Hamilton County's juvenile court with fleeing law enforcement causing death, resisting law enforcement and involuntary manslaughter with a vehicle.

Jordan Moss and Jordan Poirier, both 15, died after the car they were riding in April 9 hit a utility pole along River Road in Carmel, flipped and caught fire.

Authorities said the driver sped away from an officer trying to stop him for speeding.

The driver spent 10 days in the hospital with severe burns.