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Fatal Crash Near Ritzville Kills Three

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KHQ.COM - Three people have been killed in a single vehicle crash on eastbound I-90. The crash happened about 9 miles east of Ritzville, near milepost 231 around 4:50am Thursday.

Washington State Patrol Trooper Jeff Sevigney told KHQ the car veered off the road. The cause of the crash is being investigated.

We don't know the identities of the victims in the crash but we know there were two adult males and one adult female.
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