Man Claims BMW in Fatal Crash Was Stolen From Him - NBC 10 Philadelphia

Man Claims BMW in Fatal Crash Was Stolen From Him



    A teenage girl is dead and her 16-year-old step sister injured after a car accident in Kennett Square. NBC10's Monique Braxton has the story. (Published Sunday, Feb. 17, 2013)

    As police continue to investigate a car accident that left a teen girl dead and another injured, a man claiming to be the owner of the vehicle in the crash tells NBC10 the car was stolen from him.

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    The accident happened Sunday just before 7 a.m. near the 300 block of Old Kennett Pike in Kennett Square on Sunday. Investigators say a teen girl was driving a BMW when she somehow lost control of the vehicle and struck a tree.

    The driver of the car, identified as Kirsten Felkowski, 18, of Wilmington, Delaware, was pronounced dead at the scene.

    Felkowski's 16-year-old step sister was a passenger in the car. She suffered a broken arm in the crash but was still able to get out of the car and call for help.

    Hundreds of business cards from a local mortgage advisor were found scattered on the ground near the scene of the crash. NBC10 reached out to the man listed on the cards. He told us he was the owner of the BMW involved in the accident and that the car was stolen from him. Police told NBC10 they have no reports of the vehicle being stolen however.

    Police continue to investigate the cause of the accident.