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Name released in Carmi deadly crash

The White County Sheriff's Office responded to a vehicle deadly crash on Epworth Road on Thursday afternoon.

The accident involved a dump truck and a motorcycle.

The driver of the truck and both the passenger and driver of the motorcycle were deceased when officials arrived on scene.

The truck was heading northbound and entered the southbound lane of traffic, striking the motorcycle.

The truck then left the roadway, striking a tree.

The driver of the truck was 69-year-old Robert Leffingwell.

The truck is owned by O'Daniel Trucking of Carmi.

Names of the male and female on the motorcycle have not been released.

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