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MARSHALL COUNTY, Ind.— Two people were killed when their vehicle collided with a semi on US 6 and Miami Highway Monday morning.
The crash happened around 11:19 a.m.
Indiana State Police said a maroon passenger car was traveling southbound on Miami Highway and failed to stop at the stop sign and drove underneath the trailer of a semi traveling westbound on US 6.
The man and woman in the maroon car were pronounced dead at the scene.
The driver of the semi, 36-year-old Valery Ryshkevich of Chicago, was not injured.
The Marshall County Coroner has identified the victims as 38-year-old Mark Ley Jr. of Kendallville and 36-year-old Krystal Smith also of Kendallville.
Ley Jr. was driving the vehicle.
They were both killed on impact.
An investigation is ongoing.