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January 5, 2004

Clinch County - Two people are still in critical condition from a car wreck that killed six others over the weekend.

The wreck happened in Homerville Saturday night on Highway 84 when a car and a van collided. The car was trying to pass another car when he hit the van head on.

Van passengers 35-year-old Tomasa Lira remains in critical condition at Shands Hospital in Jacksonville and 10-year-old Maria Perez is in critical condition at Memorial Medical in Savannah. Four others in their van were killed.

The driver of the car and his passenger were both killed instantly.

posted at 3:15 P.M. by ashley.harper@walb.com

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