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There’s a lot of speculation about the exact details of the carpet burn incident that led to the death of a South Dakota teenager last month.The incident happened on Aug. 17.It was the fifth time the teen had died in a boat accident in three months, and the third in three years.On Aug. 18, a…

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There’s a lot of speculation about the exact details of the carpet burn incident that led to the death of a South Dakota teenager last month.

The incident happened on Aug. 17.

It was the fifth time the teen had died in a boat accident in three months, and the third in three years.

On Aug. 18, a boat carrying a South Dakotan family was burning after it broke loose in the Mississippi River near the tiny town of White Pine.

That incident happened just one week before the 18-year-old girl was killed.

The girl, Ashley, and her parents had been traveling from Mississippi to White Pine, the couple’s only living relative.

She had been diagnosed with autism.

Ashley’s grandmother had been a foster mother to other children, but she was also a foster parent of Ashley’s.

Ashley had been playing outside with her mother when she got in trouble.

She was riding the boat with a friend, who got into a fight with the other boat owner, and Ashley got hurt.

Ashley’s mother, Tina, was driving her granddaughter home to White Point, where she was staying with relatives.

“I got a call on the radio saying, ‘Momma, something’s happening,'” Tina told CNN.

After the girl fell asleep, her mother said, she heard banging on the back door.

Tina went to the back and saw that Ashley was still alive.

It took a while for Tina to get Ashley to the hospital, so she called the local fire department.

As Tina drove her granddaughter to the nearest hospital, she said she looked around to see if there was anyone there, but no one was there.

A boat crew was waiting in the driveway.

When the fire department arrived, they saw Tina on the phone and saw a fire truck parked in the back.

They started to search for the boat, and Tina’s heart sank.

Firefighters put out the flames, but they couldn’t get to Ashley.

At the hospital they were told that Ashley had died.

The cause of death wasn’t immediately known, and no one else was injured.

In a statement, the White Pine Police Department said the fire was reported at around 11 p.m. on Aug, 17.

Police arrived on scene and found Ashley’s body in the boat.

They also found Ashley had sustained burns to more than 80% of her body.

According to a police statement, they found Ashley inside the boat and found that Ashley’s legs had been burned and her hands had also been burned.

Officers also found an open bottle of alcohol on the boat’s deck.

All three of Ashley and Tina, as well as Ashley’s grandfather, were taken to the same hospital for evaluation.

On Wednesday, the Mississippi Department of Safety and Homeland Security released a statement that said they had completed an investigation into the incident and were working with authorities to determine what, if any, action might be taken.

While the circumstances surrounding the incident remain under investigation, the department said it would not comment on specific details.

South Dakotans for Safe Boat Safety issued a statement Thursday saying, “The safety of all our citizens is paramount, and we will continue to monitor this situation closely to ensure the safety of our families, our neighbors and all our guests.”

The state is also working with the Coast Guard to assess the incident.

Sierra Vista Fire Department, the fire service, said in a statement it had responded to the scene, and it has been assisting authorities.

White Point Mayor Brian Sullins said in the statement that he is devastated to learn that Ashley and his family had died, but is grateful to all of the first responders who have been so kind to us over the last several weeks.