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Two people killed last week in a Seward Highway crash north of Girdwood were residents of Kasilof

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ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Two people killed last week in a Seward Highway crash north of Girdwood were residents of Kasilof (kah-SEE-lauf).

Alaska State Troopers say 36-year-old Jackson Moore and 25-year-old Cherise James died in the crash Friday night at Mile 99.

Moore and James were driving north in a small station wagon.

Troopers say the car crossed the centerline and struck a van, which caused the van to leave the roadway.

The car continued north and struck a sport utility vehicle towing a boat.

Moore and James were pronounced dead at the scene.

A 48-year-old passenger in the SUV was injured and transported to an Anchorage hospital.

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