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New Jersey Men Killed in Crash in Susquehanna County, Pa.

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Two people are dead following a one-car crash on Interstate 81 in Susquehanna County October 14th.

Pennsylvania state police say a car driven by 20 year old Richard Montano of Union, New Jersey was traveling south in Harford Township shortly after 1 a.m. when the car left the highway, went up a steep embankment and rolled several times.

Montano and passenger, 21 year old Julius Ignacio, also of Union, were killed after being ejected from the vehicle.

Three other passengers, all 19 years old, were injured.  The conditions of Ian Oliveria and Nathaniel Fernando, both of Union and Michael Piazza of Lawrenceville have not been disclosed.

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