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Funeral services have been set for two Blinn College students killed in a weekend car accident.
19 year old Lauren Bailey Crisp of Dripping Springs, and 18 year old Denton James Ward of Flower Mound, died early Saturday morning after Police say the driver of the vehicle ran a red light at Texas Avenue and Holleman Drive,
Ward's will be at 2 Wednesday afternoon at Village Church in Flower Mound.
Crisp's funeral will be 1 p.m. Saturday at Dripping Springs Baptist Church.
A third teenager, Tanner Giesen, a 19-year-old from Flower Mound, was released from College Station Medical Center on Sunday after being injured in the wreck.
The three teens were not wearing their seatbelts while riding in a Toyota 4-Runner.
The driver was 19 year old Samantha Bean, a College Station resident who was wearing her seatbelt.
Police say Bean was hit by a truck driven by 19 year old Anish Tharappel of College Station.
Police say Tharappel had the green light.
College Station police say they're still investigating the accident and are waiting on results of blood samples taken from both drivers following the accident.
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