Dirt bike crash survivor says he tried to save brother

STAMFORD - The Stamford teen injured in a dirt bike accident that killed his brother spoke out today for the first time since their crash.

Brandon Bella says he desperately tried to give CPR to his brother Kevin after the accident, but that it was too late. Six days ago, Bella and Kevin were riding their dirt bikes near their home when they somehow collided.

The wake for the 13-year-old will be held tomorrow at Cognetta's Funeral Home in Stamford. Kevin's funeral will be held at St. Leo's Parish at 11 a.m. on Friday.Family of teen killed in dirt bike crash: Brothers were inseparable1 dead, brother critical following dirt bike crashVIDEO: Fatal dirt bike crash

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