KATY, Texas – Investigators are still trying to decide whether to file charges in a weekend crash that claimed the lives of two Katy teens.
Seventeen-year-old Trent Weber, a popular Seven Lakes High School football player, was killed. So was 16-year-old Terra Kubala who went to Cinco Ranch.
Students and parents returned to the crash scene throughout the day Monday, trying to make sense of what happened.
A makeshift memorial is now a collection of flowers, footballs and red solo cups with Trent Weber's nickname written on the side.
Survivors tell detectives there were five teens in the cab of the truck and as many as 10 in the truck bed.
On the trip back from a late-night bonfire, the 18-year-old driver picked up speed and started weaving back and forth on the dirt road.
Grief counselors were at both schools Monday.
"It's hard. Everyone's, like, trying to be there for each other. It's hard," said Seven Lakes senior Jessie Sides.
Many teens who attended Sunday night vigils for both victims are asking that the driver not be charged with a crime.
"And I don't think we should blame him for it cause accidents always happen," said Janelle Untalan, a Seven Lakes senior. "And he feels terrible, like, with everything."
Investigators say they have not decided if they will recommend charges against the driver.