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Services are to be held today to remember the four victims killed in a car crash in Wales on Friday.
Three 17-year-olds - Rhodri Miller, Corey Price and Alesha O'Connor - and a 68-year-old woman - Margaret Challis - were killed in the collision which took place in Powys as a number of vehicles travelled in convoy.
Ysgol Bro Morgannwg school in Barry, which both boys attended, said on its website there would be services this morning to reflect on what had happened, and an opportunity for pupils to receive further help and support if they need it.
"We will also open a book of remembrance and provide a suitable place to lay flowers in memory of those lost.
"The school would also like to extend an invitation to any former pupils who wish to join us."
The school's headteacher, Dylan Jones, added that both boys were very talented in their own way, Corey in football and Rhodri in science.
He described the situation as "devastating", adding: "It's been a shock to us all, and a number of their friends also are feeling the shock."
The teenage victims of Friday's crash on the A470 have been named locally as Corey Price, Rhodri Miller and Alesha O'Connor.
17-year-old Rhodri Miller had recently passed his driving test and was with his girlfriend Alesha and best friend Corey when they crashed into an oncoming car just after 10.15pm.
Two other teenagers travelling in the same car are still in a critical state in hospital.
68-year-old Margaret Elizabeth Challis also died in the incident, and the driver of the Golf estate in which she was a passenger remains 'seriously injured' in hospital.
Rhodri and Corey who were both pupils at Ysgol Gyfun Bro Morgannwg in Barry were killed in the collision.
Alesha, who attended St Richard Gwyn Roman Catholic High School, also in Barry, and Mrs Challis from Merthyr Tydfil were rushed to hospital but later died of their injuries.
Witnesses who arrived at the notorious accident blackspot after the crash, described seeing a car engine lying in the middle of the road.
A total of seven male drivers have now been arrested in connection with the incident and have been released on bail.
Police are continuing to investigate.
Two more seventeen year old boys have been arrested in connection with a fatal car crash in Powys, mid-Wales.
A pensioner and three teenagers were killed in the smash, which happened on the A470 near the Storey Arms on Friday.
It brings the total number of arrests to seven.
All seven males aged 17 and 18 have been released on bail pending further enquiries.
Three 17-year-olds and a 68-year-old woman, named as Margaret Elizabeth Challis, were killed in a car crash in Powys, Mid Wales, police said.
Ms Challis was a passenger in a black Volkswagen Golf estate which was involved in a collision with a green Volkswagen Golf. The driver's condition is described as serious.
The three teenager victims, who were all from Barry, Vale of Glamorgan, were in the green Volkswagen car.
Five male drivers, aged 17 and 18, from other vehicles, were arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving.
A teenager who died in a car crash in Wales, which also killed three other people, was in sixth form at a school in Barry, according to reports.
Head teacher at Ysgol Bro Morgannwg reportedly confirmed one of the dead was a current pupil and another victim used to attend the institute.
A statement on the school website said: "Following a car accident we received some sad news about our pupils.
"Our thoughts and sympathies are with their families and we wish a speedy recovery to all those who have also been injured in the incident."
The number of people dead after a crash between two cars has risen to four.
Two female passengers who were taken to hospital have since died, police said.
The collision took place in Powys, Mid Wales, as a number of vehicles travelled in a convoy.
Five male drivers, aged 17 and 18, from other vehicles, were arrested on suspicion of dangerous driving, Dyfed Powys Police said.
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Teenagers Alesha O'Connor, Rhodri Miller, and Corey Price died along with 68-year-old Margaret Challis in a collision on Friday night.
The incident, involving a a black Volkswagen Golf estate and a green Volkswagen Golf, happened just before 10.15pm last night.