CROATAN NATIONAL FOREST, N.C. -- Five people, including two infants and another child, were killed Sunday when a sport utility vehicle overturned on a national forest road near coastal North Carolina and sank in a canal, officials said.
The crash happened between 5:30 p.m. and 6 p.m. in the Croatan National Forest north of Camp Lejeune. Tire marks on the gravel road indicate that speed was likely a factor and that the fatal storms that killed at least 21 in the state did not appear to play a role, said Highway Patrol Trooper R.A. Woods.
Officials hadn't identified the victims and Woods did not immediately know if all were related. He said the infants -- a boy and a girl -- were found still strapped in their child seats when the SUV was pulled from the water. It had been upside down, almost completely submerged and drowning appeared to be the cause of death, he said.
Besides the infants, an adolescent boy and a man and a woman were found in the SUV, Woods said. The woman, who was in the driver's seat, was still wearing a seat belt; the man was not.
Woods said it was possible the man died trying to get the woman and children out of the SUV after the crash.
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