Coroner identifies two people killed in crash Friday night

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – Two people are dead and several others critically injured after two cars collided at East 25th and North Keystone Avenue late Friday night.

Investigators say two vehicles, one headed north and one heading south, collided when the northbound car crossed the center line around 11:50 p.m.

Two passengers in the northbound vehicle were ejected from the silver Mitsubishi upon impact.  One of the passengers, Mary Ann Marshall, 53, died at the scene.  EMS transported the remaining two passengers to Eskenazi Hospital in critical condition. Reginald Clayton, 47, later died at the hospital. The other passenger remains in critical condition this morning.

A passenger in the southbound vehicle, a red Volkswagen, was transported to Methodist Hospital in serious condition.

The accident closed the busy Keystone intersection for a portion of the night.

Fatal Crash Investigators believe alcohol was a factor in the accident. Crews are still working to identify the individuals involved.

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