3 juveniles dead in Pennsylvania SUV crash, 3 hurt

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LAKE ARIEL, Pa. (AP) – Authorities say an SUV carrying six young people overturned in northeastern Pennsylvania, killing three and injuring the others.

State police did not release the ages of those involved in Saturday morning’s crash but said all were juveniles. The crash happened in Paupack Township, Wayne County, about 70 miles north of Philadelphia.

Wayne County coroner Edward Howell tells The Times-Tribune of Scranton an autopsy is planned for Monday on one occupant who died at the scene.

Lackawanna County coroner Timothy Rowland tells the newspaper two boys ages 15 and 16 died at a Scranton hospital. He says they were from Bucks County, near Philadelphia.

The extent of the survivors’ injuries was not released.

No other vehicles were involved. The crash is under investigation.

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