- Associated Press - Monday, February 24, 2014

CHENEY, Wash. (AP) - Eastern Washington University is planning a memorial for two students killed in a crash Friday on Highway 195 near Colfax.

One of the dead is 21-year-old Nancy Zepeda who was the founder and president of the Alpha Pi Sigma sorority at the university in Cheney.

The other student killed was 21-year-old Ashley Gonzalez who was friends with the sorority but not a member.

Two other sorority members were injured. KHQ reports (https://nbcnews.to/1jtDFUz) 21-year-old Erica Polita was in critical condition condition at a Spokane hospital and 22-year-old Carmen Gomez was treated and released at Whitman Hospital in Colfax.

The Washington State Patrol says Polita was driving the car that went out of control and collided with a semi-truck.


Information from: KHQ-TV, https://msnbc.msn.com/id/3082888/

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