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Police ID Hazelwood Central students killed in crash on Lindbergh Boulevard

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According to police, the accident occurred at the intersection of Lindbergh and Robbins Mill Road around 10:15 p.m. At least one person has died. By Stephanie Baumer According to police, the accident occurred at the intersection of Lindbergh and Robbins Mill Road around 10:15 p.m. At least one person has died. By Stephanie Baumer
According to police, the accident occurred at the intersection of Lindbergh and Robbins Mill Road around 10:15 p.m. At least one person has died. By Stephanie Baumer According to police, the accident occurred at the intersection of Lindbergh and Robbins Mill Road around 10:15 p.m. At least one person has died. By Stephanie Baumer
According to police, the accident occurred at the intersection of Lindbergh and Robbins Mill Road around 10:15 p.m. At least one person has died. By Stephanie Baumer According to police, the accident occurred at the intersection of Lindbergh and Robbins Mill Road around 10:15 p.m. At least one person has died. By Stephanie Baumer
According to police, the accident occurred at the intersection of Lindbergh and Robbins Mill Road around 10:15 p.m. At least one person has died. By Stephanie Baumer According to police, the accident occurred at the intersection of Lindbergh and Robbins Mill Road around 10:15 p.m. At least one person has died. By Stephanie Baumer

ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) – Two Hazelwood Central High School students were killed when the vehicle they were in struck the concrete base of an electrical signal and caught fire Wednesday night.

Fifteen-year-old Dwayne Williams was a passenger in a Camaro that was being driven by Dujuan Macon Jr., 17, when it crashed at the intersection of Lindbergh and Robbins Mill Road around 10:15 p.m.

Emergency crews put out the flames engulfing the vehicle and found the victims' bodies inside the car. 

An accident reconstruction team worked through most of the night at the scene and MoDOT crews worked at the intersection Thursday morning. 

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An investigation into the accident is being conducted by the St. Louis County Police Department Crimes Against Persons Unit and Accident Reconstruction Team.

Hazelwood Central High School students visited a small memorial for the fallen students that has risen at the scene of the accident. 

Jayme McLemore, who had been dating one of the victims and had known the victim since sixth grade, was at the crash site Thursday afternoon. 

"I've been crying a lot," said McLemore. "I'm holding up, but it's not really real to me yet." 

The Hazelwood School District released a statement saying privacy laws prevent the district from commenting on what has happened, but did say it offered condolences to the families affected by the tragedy. 

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