*Updated* Fiery crash on U.S. 30 claims the lives of two people

11/13/18 - Your News Now at Ten

Two people are dead, following a two-car accident on U.S. 30, just outside of Delphos.

It happened around 3 p.m. Tuesday afternoon near the Fifth Street exit. Troopers say a pickup truck was traveling eastbound when it drifted left of center past the median onto the westbound lane. It then struck a semi-truck head-on, causing both vehicles to catch on fire. The force of the crash moved the vehicles forward until they finally stopped underneath the overpass.

"We were called out by the state patrol. The Department of EMA was here to make sure there wasn't any fuel leaking but again we're just trying to find out who these gentlemen are and make notifications to their family," said Jamie Sizemore, Allen County Coroner's Office Investigator.

There were two occupants in each vehicle. The occupants of the pickup truck were pronounced dead on the scene. Their identities have not yet been released. The occupants of the semi were taken to St. Rita's with minor injuries. The crash remains under investigation.

11/13/18 - Your News Now at Five 

A fiery crash on U.S. 30 has claimed the lives of two people and sent two others to a local hospital.

The crash occurred around 3 p.m. this afternoon. You can see smoke billowing over the 5th Street overpass and flames reaching up to it. According to the Lima Post of the State Highway Patrol, the fiery crash involves a semi and pick-up truck. Authorities on the scene say the pick-up truck was heading east on 30 when it crossed over the median, striking the semi. Multiple agencies responded to the scene and we have a crew there as well, which has confirmed the fatalities at the scene.

We will have more on this story tonight on Your News Now at 10 and 11.