By Mike Dougherty

BENSALEM, Pa. (CBS) — Authorities have identified the 13-year-old boy who was killed in an ATV accident in Bucks County.

It was just before 6 p.m. Friday when two boys were riding an ATV along busy Bensalem Boulevard in Bensalem.

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Authorities say the two 13-year-old boys slammed into a car that was making a turn near Jason Drive.

Gianni Forte was pronounced dead at the scene. His friend was rushed to Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia in critical condition.

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Bensalem Police director Fred Harran says they are constantly getting calls about kids riding quads and dirt bikes in the streets.

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“Parents, you can’t buy these ATVs and just hopefully kids make the right decision. It doesn’t work that way. They shouldn’t even sell these things around here,” Harran said. “We’re not in the mountains here. This isn’t Berks County. These ATVs are not legal on the street. You can’t ride them. People do all the time. We get calls about them.”

Police say Forte, who was driving the ATV, was not wearing a helmet, but his friend, a passenger on the back, was wearing one. And, investigators say, it appears the teens were riding on the ATV without the headlights on.

“[It’s a] complete tragedy,” Harran said. “Complete tragedy, you know, and it certainly could have been avoided.”

No charges have been filed against the 60-year-old motorist who did remain on the scene after the accident.

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