RALEIGH, N.C. -- Grief counselors will be on hand at a North Carolina high school which lost two students in a car wreck.
Johnston County Schools spokeswoman Terri Sessoms said the counselors will be on hand Tuesday at West Johnston High School to support both staff and students.
The State Highway Patrol said Monday that 18-year-old Christopher Paul Kosmos of Angier and 16-year-old Alissa Chenette of Clayton were killed in the wreck.
Officials said the car they were in slid off a rural road and overturned in a creek swollen by heavy rain. Johnston County was one of six counties under a flood warning on Monday after violent weekend storms.
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