UPDATE: Two dead, five injured in Webster County crash - KWWL - Eastern Iowa Breaking News, Weather, Closings

UPDATE: Two dead, five injured in Webster County crash

MOORLAND (KWWL) -

Two teens are dead and five other people are inured after a crash on an icy road in Webster County Monday.

The Iowa State Patrol says that Justin Ryan Heuton, 18, and Taylor Gene Heuton, 15, both of Lake City, were killed when their car collided with a pick-up truck on County Road D-36, half a mile west of Moorland at around 5:47 p.m. Monday.

The ISP says that Justin lost control and was hit on the passenger side.  Justin and Taylor were both sitting in the front of the car.  Three teens in the backseat, Justin Dean Wuebker, 16, of Rockwell City, Logan William Casey Graham, 18, of Rockwell City, and Brent Austin Miller, 19, of Lytton, were injured.

The two people in the truck, Ronnie Bryan Prince, 64, and Lori Lyn Prince, 49, both of Somers, were also injured.

All the injured were taken to Trinity Regional Medical Center in Fort Dodge.  

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