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Two teens killed, another injured in Blount County car accident

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ONEONTA - AL -

Two teenagers were killed in a Blount County car accident Saturday night. State troopers say neither one were wearing seat belts.

Alabama State Troopers say 18 year old Kamron O'Neal Sanford of Walnut Grove died after his car collided with one driven by 18 year old James Light of Altoona. The cars collided on Blount County 39 near Oneonta around 9:30 p.m.. Troopers say Sanford's passenger, 16 year old Kayla Ann Baldwin of Boaz, also died.

Both were pronounced dead at the scene. Light was airlifted to UAB with injuries.

The cause is still under investigation.

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