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Sunday, March 9, 2014, 8:09 p.m.
 

Two people were killed and two others injured in a two-vehicle crash at a Somerset County intersection on Saturday afternoon.

State police said a Subaru Outback being driven at noon by Amy Michelle Oblack, 25, on Cross Road drove onto Copper Kettle Highway and into the lane of travel of a GMC Sierra being driven by Roger Dale Hay, 61, of Middlecreek Township. The truck struck the passenger side of the Subaru, police said. A hometown for Oblack was not provided by police.

Hay and Oblack's 25-year-old passenger, Ryan Stallard of West Mifflin, were both pronounced dead at the scene, Somerset County Coroner Wally Miller said on Sunday. Autopsies were being conducted Sunday afternoon.

Oblack and Hay's passenger, Glennes Ann Miller, 61, of Somerset Township, suffered severe injuries, according to police, who did not say whether the victims were being treated at a hospital. Police are investigating the crash.

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