Four people were killed in a motorcycle crash in Southern California on Sunday, four officials said.
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And four people were confirmed "Dead on Arrival," adding that the victims were unknown.
In a tweet posted about twenty minutes later, investigators added that two men and two women included.
The crash happened around 4:30 pm on Sunday on Santiago Rd. near Modjeska Canyon Rd., Fox 11 reported, adding that two motorcycles collided with each other.
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Santiago Canyon Rd. was closed in both directions as the investigation continued
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