Teen charged in rollover crash expected to plea

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The teen charged in a wreck that killed two Katy ISD students is expected to enter a plea today. (KTRK)

The teen charged in a wreck that killed two Katy ISD students is expected to enter a plea today.

Trent Weber, 17, and Terra Kubala, 16, were killed in 2014 when the pickup they were in rolled over on Luna Vista Lane in Fort Bend County. Trent was a football player at Seven Lakes High School and Terra was a well-known sophomore at Cinco Ranch High.

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The students were killed when a pickup truck they were riding in flipped over



Aaron Jamison, 18, a Seven Lakes High School student, faces two counts of manslaughter.

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Investigators say Jamison was driving the Toyota Tundra that wrecked after leaving from a bonfire. Weber and Kubala were among more than 10 people in the bed of his truck. Witnesses told investigators that alcohol and marijuana were visible at the bonfire.

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