2 from Philadelphia killed in West Virginia crash
WALLBACK, W.Va. - July 23, 2012 (WPVI) -- West Virginia State Police have identified two Maryland men and two Pennsylvania men who were killed in a head-on collision on Interstate 79.
State police tell media outlets that one victim, 20-year-old Tavon Jamal Frisby of Middle River, Md. participated in student orientation activities at the University of Charleston shortly before the Saturday accident in Roane County.
A northbound car driven by Frisby crossed the grassy median and hit a southbound car driven by Steven Ranjo of Philadelphia.
The other victims were 19-year-old Cameron Marcus Shields of Middle River, who was a passenger in Frisby's car, and Ranjo's father, 88-year-old Leo Ranjo of Philadelphia.
The accident remains under investigation.
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