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Four Dead in Pennsylvania Crash

COATESVILLE, Pa. - Authorities in suburban Philadelphia say four young people have died in an early morning crash.

Police say the single-vehicle accident happened just before 1 a.m. Sunday on Manor Road in West Brandywine Township in Chester County.

Township police said all four victims died after they were ejected from the northbound vehicle, and all were under the age of 18.

WPVI reports that the vehicle went off the road and crashed into a wooded area.

Investigators are trying to determine the cause of the accident.

Police say not all of the victims have been identified and no names have been released.



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