Two dead and two injured in Shelby County crash

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Shelby County Sheriff Deputies are investigating a crash that claimed the lives of two people and sent two others to the hospital.

The Shelby County Sheriff’s office says a Ford Thunderbird headed east entered the intersection of State Road 252 and State Road 9 after failing to stop for a stop sign.

The Thunderbird was hit by a Cadillac that was traveling southbound.

The driver of the Cadillac told police that they could not avoid hitting the car.

The driver and passenger of the Thunderbird, a twenty-eight year old male and a thirty-five-year-old woman both from Columbus  were pronounced dead on the scene.

The driver of the Cadillac, a thirty-two-year-old woman from Shelbyville had injuries to her lower leg and was transported to Methodist Hospital.

A three-year-old boy from Edinburgh, also in the Cadillac, was also taken to Methodist hospital from injuries from the seat belt.

No names have been released at this point.

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