Prison Break's "Tweener" In Car Crash That Kills Teen
A 17-year-old boy was killed and a 15-year-old girl was critically injured when a sport utility vehicle containing actor Lane Garrison of television's "Prison Break" struck a tree in Beverly Hills, police said today.
The accident occurred about 11:50 p.m. Saturday in the 300 block of Beverly Drive. The name of the fatally injured boy was withheld. He was taken to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.
Former "Prison Break" star Lane Garrison, 26, whose character "Tweener" was killed off the show back in October, was not seriously injured.
Aside from the critically injured girl, another 15-year-old girl suffered lesser injuries.
It was unclear who was driving the northbound vehicle, which hit a tree on the east curb.
The actor had recently been involved in another car crash, when his Land Rover struck an Infiniti in front of him on October 19.
The owner of the Infiniti, who watched the collision from the valet stand, ran to his vehicle shouting "Hey stop the car, stop the car, you hit my car!" at Garrison as he bolted towards the Land Rover.
A voice from in front of the club was also heard shouting, "Write down his license plate right now in case he drives off!".
TMZ.com has a VIDEO taken after the first crash on October 19. The picture above was taken at Kyle Eastwood's release party Garrison attended before the crash that night.
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