Former Fremd student killed, twin brother severely injured in Maryland crash.

Former Fremd student killed, twin brother severely injured in Maryland crash. Ethan Cox, an 18-year-old former Rolling Meadows resident, and Fremd High School student, was killed when the 2004 Infiniti he was driving was struck head-on on June 11 in Prince Frederick, Maryland. His twin brother, Christian Cox, suffered severe injuries and is currently recovering in the hospital. The twins had transferred to a Maryland school for their senior year.


Their father, who spent Father’s Day at the hospital with Christian, has set up two GoFundMe accounts – one for funeral expenses and another for hospital and rehab costs. The community has been rallying around the family, with many expressing their condolences and support on social media.

The crash was caused by an impaired driver, according to reports. The driver was arrested and charged with driving under the influence and vehicular manslaughter. The incident serves as a tragic reminder of the dangers of impaired driving and the importance of staying sober behind the wheel.

Ethan and Christian were beloved Fremd High School community members, and their former classmates and teachers have deeply felt their loss. A memorial service is planned for Ethan, and the school is offering support to students and staff affected by the tragedy.

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Please Donate on the GoFoundMe page here.

The Cox family has requested privacy during this difficult time, but their story has touched the hearts of many and serves as a reminder to cherish the time we have with our loved ones. (source: Daily Herald)

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