A South Lebanon teen admitted to vehicular assault in a crash in January that sent four passengers to hospital and closed the Shawhan Road bridge.

Warren County teen admits to vehicular assault in hill-hopping crash

The Shawhan Road bridge was closed after the crash involving five teens on Jan. 5. It isn’t expected to reopen until warmer temperatures allow crews to complete the job, expected to take about a week, according to the Warren County Engineer’s Office.

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The crash occurred when the 2012 Mazda M6 driven by the teen “went airborne, drove off the right side of the road, over corrected, drove off the left side of the road, drove through a guard rail, rolled and landed in a frozen creek bed,” according to the crash report.

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It was the second time in recent years the bridge was closed due to a crash involving young drivers accused of hill-hopping.

On Monday, Judge Joe Kirby ordered the boy to return for sentencing on March 21 in Warren county Juvenile Court , according to court records.