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Three dead in Sollentuna crash

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10:46 CEST+02:00
Three people are dead after a car left the road and slammed into a tree in Sollentuna, north of Stockholm, on Friday morning.

Two men and one woman were killed on impact and another woman was removed from the car and taken to the hospital. All four were in their 20s.

No additional information will be given until relatives are notified. The woman taken to the hospital was 25-years-old, and her condition is not known.

“The only thing you could immediately say is that they must been going at a very high speed in the neighborhood,” said Karl-Gustav Olsson, police spokesman. “But that is just my guess.”

He said the investigation will give a better picture of what happened.

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