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3 dead in Lexington crash

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LEXINGTON, N.C. -

North Carolina police say three people are dead and two others injured after a car overturned and burst into flames.
    
Lexington Police say officers were on their way to an alarm call early Sunday when they found the 4-door 2007 Chrysler Sebring ablaze. Police earlier mistakenly described the vehicle as a van.
    
Three people were dead at the scene before 4 a.m. They haven't been named while officials try to determine their identities and relatives are notified.
    
Rescue workers took 23-year-old Donchristopher Roach and 28-year-old Kim Davis to Thomasville Medical Center for treatment. The hospital didn't list either of the Lexington residents as patients Sunday afternoon.
    
Police say the investigation is continuing.

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