Saturday night 12-year-old Leonard Zupon Jr was killed when the vehicle he was riding in collided with another car.
"It's something they're real quiet about. They don't say too much. They were good friends with Lenny. It's just a sad thing." said Ted Blume.
Zupon had just started 7th grade at All Saints Academy in Scranton.
Tuesday morning... There were heavy hearts as classes resumed at the school.
Zupon's mother works at the school and many remembered Lenny as a vibrant and fun-loving boy.
As students returned to class -- a prayer service was held at Saint Patrick's Church for Lenny's sixth, seventh and eighth grade classmates.
Bill Genello, the spokes person for the Diocese of Scranton told Eyewitness News" We have several priests here from the diocese to talk to the students. We have grief counselors here to talk to any student who wants to talk about it."
The two vehicles involved in the deadly wreck are now located behind the Old Forge police department.
Investigators say the driver of the other vehicle, David Turano of Carbondale, initially ran from the scene but was found a short distance away.
No charges have been filed yet.
Police say they're waiting the results of blood tests.
Back at All Saints School -- parents and grandparents of current students say this tragedy will always be on their minds and heart -- and they just want to make sure kids have someone to talk to if needed.
Zuphon's father, Leonard Senior was also in Saturday's crash. He was listed in critical condition.
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