ST CLAIR, IL — Authorities have yet to release the names of the two people that were pronounced dead after a multi-vehicle crash in St Clair, Illinois on Wednesday, June 17th, 2015. Reports said that the accident happened sometime Wednesday morning before 9:30.
Local police have reason to believe that two people died when a Ford Taurus, A Chevy, and a Kia collided on Route 159 near Mulligan Road. Initial reports said that the Taurus drove into the oncoming lanes and struck both the Chevy and the Kia.
The driver of the Kia was pronounced dead on the scene, as was the driver of the Kia.
Illinois State Police are still trying to determine the cause of the crash.
Scene of the Accident
View of the Road
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