2 men killed in fiery, early-morning crash with tow truck on I-70

ST. LOUIS, MO – Two men were killed in a fiery collision involving a tow truck on I-70 early this morning, according to KSDK News.

The crash happened on I-70 and Goodfellow Boulevard at about 4:15 a.m., when a car crashed into a tow truck. The impact caused the vehicle to spin, and it was then hit by a second car and overturned. Both cars then burst into flames.

Two men were extricated from the wreckage of the first vehicle. They were taken to the hospital, and then they were pronounced dead.

The occupants of the second car fled the scene on foot before being picked up by another driver.

It is unclear if any other people were injured in the crash.

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