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Crash kills 3 men in Greene County

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WAYNESBURG — Authorities say a crash over the weekend claimed the lives of three men in southwestern Pennsylvania.

State police in Greene County say a vehicle traveling on Route 19 in Franklin Township went out of control on a curve, struck a guardrail and hit a tree before overturning.

Three Waynesburg residents died in the crash, which occurred shortly after 9 p.m. Saturday.

The county coroner identified them as 27-year-old Matthew King, 27-year-old Derek Lohr and 25-year-old Daniel Paletta-Davis.

State police and the coroner’s office are investigating.

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