By The Canadian Press
Members of a small community in southeast New Brunswick are trying to come to terms with the deaths of four teens following a car crash.
Cap-Pele Mayor Debbie Dodier says grief counsellors are being made available Sunday at the two schools the teens attended.
She says the flag outside the municipality's offices has been lowered to respect the families.
Three of the teens were 18, the fourth was 17.
Police say speed was a factor as the car they were in veered off a road near Notre-Dame, crashed into a culvert and rolled several times.
Autopsies are to be done Monday.