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Fatal head on crash kills two

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A fiery head on crash kills two near the Missouri Kansas State line.

Kansas Highway Patrol teams work to reconstruct the fatal accident scene.

Two are dead, after a mustang collides head-on with a semi-truck, the accident happened on Kansas Highway 400 or Missouri  171, near state line, this afternoon.

The highway was closed down so investigators could work the crash, witnesses tell KOAM the car and semi were driving in opposite directions, when the car crossed into the path of the truck. 
     
The Mustang went up in flames, and two passengers inside were pronounced dead at the scene. 

Crawford County officials say the driver of the semi, appears to be in stable condition.    

Identities of the deceased have not been released-- pending notification of the families.

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