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4 dead, 2 injured in northern Philippine collision

Manila, May 24 (UNI) Four people were killed and two others injured after a double cab car and a medium-duty truck collided head-on along a highway in Cagayan province in the northern Philippines on Friday morning, police said.
Police said the accident happened around 6 a.m. local time after the northbound fish delivery truck accidentally steered into the opposite lane and crashed head-on with the southbound vehicle.
The four people in the double cab vehicle died later at a local hospital, police added.
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