(COMMONWEALTH, WI.)–The two 16-year old girls who were killed in single vehicle crash on Friday have been positively identified, according to Florence County Chief Deputy, David Gribble. The driver, Isabella Burrows of Homestead and passenger Paige Raspor of Spread Eagle, died of massive internal injuries. The vehicle had been traveling north on County Highway N, one mile north of Power Dam Road in Commonwealth Township when Burrows failed to negotiate a curve. The vehicle crossed the centerline of the roadway, collided with a tree and burst into flames. Assisting the Florence County Sheriff’s Office deputies at the scene was Homestead Fire Department, Florence Fire Department, Aurora-Homestead Rescue Squad, Beacon Ambulance Service and the Florence County Coroner. According also to Gribble, “The Florence School District and Florence County Human Services Department provided assistance to family members and students.” The Wisconsin State Patrol is conducting a reconstruction of the crash which remains under investigation. “Students and families looking for resources of support during this difficult time can contact the Florence County School District at (715)-528-3217 or Florence County Human Services at (715)-528-3296. Students and families are also encouraged to contact your local churches for support,” according to Gribble. He added, “School Psychologist, Sara Foster, will be available for students and families in Room 301 of Florence County High School from 8am to Noon today,” he added. “Further detailed schedules of support will be released via the District’s social media pages; all outside inquiries should be directed to District Administrator, Ben Niehaus at (715)-528-3217 or email@example.com, Gribble concluded.