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Autopsies performed on drivers killed in Sinajana crash

Posted: Jul 12, 2018 4:56 PM Updated:

The latest information about the crash investigation that left two people dead reveals that both drivers killed in Wednesday's fatal car crash in Sinajana died from a crushed chest and broken back.

This according to the chief medical examiner who performed the autopsies today.

52-year-old Jose Blas was behind the wheel of a GTA van and 78-year-old Edward Eclavea operating a Hyundai Santa Fe when they collided.

Blas worked in the engineering department at GTA. He had been with the company for over three decades.

Eclavea, a resident of Sinajana, was a member of the village's Municipal Planning Council.

Their manner of death was ruled accidental.

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