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Four killed, three injured in car crash in northern San Diego County

Four people were killed and three severely injured in a three-car collision Friday on State Highway 67 south of Ramona in northern San Diego County, the California Highway Patrol said.

The collision along the winding road occurred about 10 a.m. in heavy fog, according to the CHP. The cause of the collision is undetermined, and no names of the victims have been released.

All lanes of the highway were closed in both directions between Poway and Archie Moore roads.


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