Coroner identifies man, 2 children killed in York County crash

YORK COUNTY, S.C. — An adult and two children died Tuesday evening in a two-car crash on Highway 5 near York, the South Carolina Highway Patrol said.

According to troopers, the driver of a 2000 Jaguar, 29-year-old Cole Labrozzi, was heading west when he crossed the centerline and hit a 2004 Honda Accord headed in the opposite direction.

Labrozzi and two children in the car, identified as 8-year-old Kaydence Timmons and 7-year-old Justin Whitener, were killed in the wreck, which happened near the Moss Justice Center, close to Highway 161.

The children were siblings, according the the coroner.

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Troopers said Labrozzi was not wearing a seat belt. There was no other information released about the children.

The 54-year-old driver of the Honda was injured and taken to the hospital.

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