- Associated Press - Wednesday, May 18, 2016

BETHLEHEM, Pa. (AP) - Authorities have identified the last of the three victims of a fiery eastern Pennsylvania crash earlier this month.

The Northampton County coroner’s office said 29-year-old Ashlee Mosher died of blunt-force trauma. Officials earlier identified 26-year-old Amanda Martin of New Ringgold and 28-year-old Joshua Edwards of Easton, who also died of blunt force trauma. All three deaths were ruled accidental.

Authorities said they were killed early on May 6 when a car crashed into a row of parked vehicles and burst into flames in Bethlehem Township. Police said the vehicle was reportedly traveling 80 to 100 mph at the time. The lone survivor was severely injured.


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