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Two men dead after crash in Marion

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UPDATED: MONDAY JULY 30, 2018 2:35 p.m.

WILLIAMSON CO, Ill. -- The Williamson County Coroner has identified the victims of Sunday night's crash.

They are David Ganske, 38, and Phillip Riddle, 67, both of Marion.

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WILLIAMSON CO., Ill -- Two Marion men are dead after a late night crash on Route 37. Williamson County coroner Michael 'Junior' Burke says the crash happened just before 10 p.m. Sunday.

He says the car was heading north on 37 when it left the road. Names have not been released, but Burke says the victims are 38 and 67 years old. 

The Williamson County Sheriff's Department is also investigating. 

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