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Coroner identifies 4 killed in Beaver County crash

Jacob Tierney
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Four people were killed Sunday night, April 21, 2019, in a crash on Route 65 in Baden, the Beaver County coroner confirmed Monday morning.
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Four people were killed Sunday night, April 21, 2019, in a crash on Route 65 in Baden, the Beaver County coroner confirmed Monday morning.

The Beaver County Coroner’s Office has identified the four people who were killed in a two-car crash Sunday night.

Denise Feathers, 41, of Baden, was driving a Jeep south in the northbound lane of Route 65 in Baden when she struck another vehicle just before 11 p.m. Sunday, according to Harmony Township Police.

Feathers was killed, as were three occupants of the other vehicle: Bryan Highfield, 34, of Ambridge; James E. Williams Jr., 37, of Midland, and Dana Marie McCandless, 35, of Beaver Falls.

All died as a result of blunt force trauma, and their deaths were ruled an accident, according to Beaver County Coroner David J Gabauer.

Jacob Tierney is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Jacob at 724-836-6646, [email protected] or via Twitter .

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