Groveland Student Identified as Crash Victim
Holly Huynh would have been 10 years old in December.
Monday is likely to be a sad day at Groveland Elementary.
Holly Huynh, one of the school's students, has been identified as the child who died in Wednesday night's car crash on the Rt. 611 Bypass.
Police said Friday that Huynh was 9 years old and would have celebrated her 10th birthday in December.
The mother of one of Huynh's classmates remembered her Friday as "always smiling, laughing and just full of life."
Holly was killed in the two-car collision, which happened around 6:45 p.m. near the Broad Street exit of the Bypass.
Her grandmother, Suzanne Berry, 55, of Plumstead, was flown from the scene to Temple University Hospital in "extremely critical" condition. Berry remained in critical condition Friday, authorities said.
Bucks County investigators believe the driver of a Ford Mustang may have been speeding when he hit Berry's Honda CRV from behind, forcing her off the road.
That driver, Drew Bodden, 37, of Plumstead, has a history of traffic violations. In 2007, he pleaded guilty to driving without a licence and exceeding the speed limit by more than 10 miles an hour, according to court records.
Bucks County District Attorney David Heckler said a team of investigators is scrutinizing the crash and will decide soon whether to press charges.