Prayer vigil held for teen victims of fatal Milford crash

A prayer vigil was held Tuesday night to remember the two teens who died and the teen who was injured in a Milford crash.Jonathan Dolceacqua,

MILFORD - A prayer vigil was held Tuesday night to remember the two teens who died and the teen who was injured in a Milford crash.

Jonathan Dolceacqua, 18, and Shawn Foley, 17, were killed two weeks ago when the car they were in crashed into a pole near the Connecticut Post Mall. Michael Viccino, 16, was also injured in the crash.

Friends and relatives gathered at St. Gabriel?s Church to remember Dolceacqua and Foley. The two teens were remembered for their spirit and love of life. Those in attendance also prayed for Viccino?s recovery.

Viccino is still in critical condition in a medically induced coma at Bridgeport Hospital.

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