The crash happened about 1:30 a.m. on Mary Ingles Highway near Main Street, according to WCPO.
Austin Davis, the 17-year-old driver, was traveling southbound with three friends when he crossed the centerline, drove parallel the northbound lane, and hit a tree. Both Davis and his passenger David Luckett, 16, died in the crash.
The other two passengers were injured and transported to the University of Cincinnati Medical Center by a medical helicopter.
On Tuesday, Highlands High school officials confirmed that Davis and Luckett had attended the high school. Davis was a junior and Luckett was a freshman. One the other victims was also a student and will likely recover. The condition of the fourth victim is unknown.
The Campbell Country Police Department is investigating the crash.
Information taken from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC):
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