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UPDATE: Victims identified in fatal Langlade Co. crash

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LANGLADE COUNTY (WAOW) -

According to the Langlade County Sheriff's Department, 18 year old Jeffrey Smith and 18 year old Jacob Arrowood were killed in the crash near Antigo, when their car crashed with a van.

Sheriff's officials say 18 year old Dillon Sus and 18 year old Dustin Bricko were both flown by medical helicopter to the Wausau Hospital Center where they are in critical condition.

Another passenger in the vehicle, 17 year old Matthew West Waldner, suffered non life-threatening injuries.

Investigators say Smith was driving the car with five men inside, when he entered the intersection at Highway 64 and Hill Road and was struck broadside the eastbound van.

Langlade County authorities say Norman Hanus and his nine year old grandson, Nathan Hangartner were inside the van.

The crash is being investigated by the Langlade County Sheriff's Department, Wisconsin State Patrol, Antigo EMS, and the Langlade County Coroner's Office.

Stay tuned to Newsline 9 for updates. 

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Two people died and five others were hurt after a crash in Langlade County Monday evening.

It happened just after 7:00 p.m. on Highway 64 at Hill Road near Antigo.

According to the Wisconsin Department of Transportation, a car traveling northbound on Hill Road with five people inside failed to stop for a stop sign. The car hit a van traveling eastbound on Highway 64.

Two people inside the car died, according to the DOT. Two others were taken by helicopter to a Wausau hospital, and the fifth person was taken to a Langlade County hospital. 

Transportation officials said the two people inside the van were taken to the Langlade County hospital. 

 

 

 

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