Ontario Provincial Police confirm a 16-year-old boy was moved from the scene of a hit-and-run collision early Sunday morning and found at a "secondary site" before being pronounced dead in hospital.

Sgt. Kristine Rae of Ontario Provincial Police said Aaron Stevenson was struck on County Road 2 just outside Brockville at approximately 12:30 a.m. Monday.

An hour later, firefighters responded to a call for a severely injured male at a Brockville skateboard park.

Skylar Cameron, a friend of Stevenson who saw the teenager get hit, said the two of them were skateboarding at the time of the collision.

2 charged, appear in court

A 23-year-old man from Augusta Township, is charged with impaired driving and indignity to a dead body.

A 21-year-old from Brockville, is charged with failing to remain at the scene of an accident contrary to the Criminal Code and indignity to a dead body.

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At approximately 12:30 a.m. Monday, members of the Grenville detachment of the OPP responded to a hit-and-run collision on County Road 2 near Irace Drive. (Ryan Gibson/CBC )

Both men appeared by video remand on Monday. They remain in custody and will appear in Brockville court on Thursday.

"The indigity to a dead body charge is in relation to a suspect not attempting or getting medical care for the victim," said Rae.

Memorial to be held Tuesday

A post mortem examination is scheduled for Tuesday in Ottawa.

Brockville Collegiate Institute, where Stevenson was about to start Grade 11, will be having a special assembly and memorial Tuesday.

On Monday, friends and family visited the Stevenson home to offer support. Austin Stevenson, wearing his younger brother's clothes, told CBC News his brother was a talented drummer and the siblings both played the instrument.

Austin said he would keep playing the drums to honour his brother.

Mourners told CBC News the victim was also a volunteer at a seniors home and an accomplished athlete.

The joint investigation, led by the OPP, continues. Anyone with information is asked to call the OPP at 613-924-4221 or 1-888-310-1122.

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