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Three killed in Redlands head-on collision

Three people were killed Thursday in a head-on collision in Redlands, authorities said.

The two men and a woman were pronounced dead at the scene on Orange Street north of Pioneer Avenue, said Carl Baker, a spokesman for the Redlands Police Department.

The 9:30 a.m. crash involved a commercial van with one passenger and a minivan with eight passengers, Baker said. The six others sustained major injuries and were taken to a hospital.

The northbound side of Orange Street will be closed until about 2 p.m. while police investigate the crash, Baker said.


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