- Associated Press - Sunday, December 4, 2016

FREDERICKSBURG, Texas (AP) - Authorities say they’re still investigating a three-vehicle collision in Central Texas that killed four people but say rainy weather could have been a factor.

Texas Department of Public safety officials said Sunday that rain could have been a factor in the collision Saturday on U.S. 290 just outside Fredericksburg.

Those killed were identified Sunday as 15-year-old Evan Langbein of Fredericksburg, 17-year-old Destiny Conaster of Round Rock, 58-year-old Keith Hoover of Azel and 61-year-old Don Corley Jr., also of Azel.

Officials say a car carrying the two teenagers collided with a pickup truck that then struck a sport utility vehicle. Two men in the sport utility vehicle died. Four other passengers in the sport utility vehicle were taken to the hospital.

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