Two Silver Lake High School students remain hospitalized on Monday in the intensive care unit of a Boston hospital, following a crash on Lake Street in Kingston back on March 30th.
Eva Lipton and Aliza Nantais, who are both still in the intensive care unit at the Boston Medical Center, were passengers in a red BMW, driven by Monica Knight, when the car Knight was driving, crossed the yellow line, and struck a full-size school bus head on.
Boston Medical Center officials say Lipton is in critical condition, while Nantais is in serious condition in the hospital’s Surgical Intensive Care Unit. The two were flown to Boston Medical Center immediately following the crash, which happened at about 7:15 a.m. on March 30th.
Knight, was released from South Shore Hospital in Weymouth April 3, four days after the accident, while another passenger Brendon McGilley, and was transferred to a rehabilitation hospital last week.
All four teens are juniors at Silver Lake Regional High School.
The crash remains under investigation, and Kingston Police Chief Joseph Rebello was unavailable for comment Monday afternoon.