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DUI Possible in Deadly Crash That Closes Major Bucks County Road

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    NBC10's George Spencer explains why the death of two people -- killed in a car accident along Street Road in Bucks County -- could be the result of DUI. (Published Friday, March 20, 2015)

    Police closed a major Bucks County road for hours after a deadly crash Thursday night that left two people in one vehicle dead and the driver of another vehicle being tested for a possible DUI.

    The wreck along E Street Road in Feasterville, Pennsylvania left people trapped inside their vehicle around 7:50 p.m., said county dispatchers.

    Two in one car died -- one at the scene. Lower Southampton Township Police Department later identified the victims as Sharon Vince, 64, and Charles Rishell, 79, both of Fairless Hills.

    Two other cars were involved, said police. Crews possibly cut another driver from his or her vehicle and rushed that driver to the hospital, said the Bucks County District Attorney's Office.

    Prosecutors said a driver was tested for possibly being under the influence. Police continued Friday to investigate if alcohol played a role in the wreck.

    The wreck left Street Road closed between Bustleton and Philmont avenues for hours.

    As SkyForce10 hovered over the scene. Crews could be seen responding to a large vehicle on its side and a nearby sedan with significant damage.