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Young Siblings Die After I-78 Crash

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    Young Siblings Die After I-78 Crash
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    Rayvon Robinson, 5, died in a crash along Interstate 78 in Northampton County on Sept. 14, 2016.

    A 2-year-old girl has died from injuries sustained in a crash earlier this week, the second child killed after a car went off Interstate 78 in eastern Pennsylvania.

    Lehigh County's First Deputy Coroner tells the (Allentown) Morning Call. Brielle Robinson, of Newark, New Jersey, died Friday morning. Police say her 5-year-old brother, Ravon Robinson, died early Wednesday at the scene of the crash.

    State police say 54-year-old Nadine Walton was driving east on I-78 with three passengers, 31-year Stefany Stephens and Stephens' two children. All were from Newark.

    They say Walton swerved off the road and then crossed both lanes and hit a guardrail, ejecting the passengers. The car was then hit by two other vehicles.

    Child Dies in I-78 Crash

    [PHI] Child Dies in I-78 Crash
    One child was killed, and another is in critical condition, after a crash in Lehigh Valley. Now, police are saying there may be charges after they found open containers of alcohol in the car.
    (Published Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2016)

    State police say they found open containers of alcohol in the car, and say the discovery merits further investigation.