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Md. Street Race Turns Deadly

Eight people died after a car hit a group of people watching an illegal race in Prince George's County on February 16, 2008. A grand jury today indicted two men in connection with the tragedy.

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Men Charged in Race Lied, Prosecutors Say
Article | Two Southern Maryland men who were charged last week with engaging in an illegal street race that killed eight people deceived investigators, and one suspect urged witnesses to "tell the same lie," Prince George's County prosecutors said yesterday.
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Street Racing Accident Spurs A Nightmarish Recovery
Article | In his first interview since a deadly street racing accident, the youngest and most seriously injured victim of the Accokeek tragedy said he has had nightmares about the crash that nearly killed him.
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Suspect Accuses Police of Fabrication
Article | One of the two young men charged with causing a car crash that killed eight people last year in Prince George's County alleged yesterday that police fabricated a statement in which he says he and his co-defendant were street racing when the crash occurred.

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