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YORK COUNTY, Pa. — Four people are seriously injured after being ejected from in single vehicle crash in York County on Friday.

According to State Police, a vehicle driven by Oshya Rankin, 41 of York,  was driving on I-83 South in the area of mile-marker 22.4. Rankin had three passengers in his car, they are identified as Joseph Griffith, 32, Walter Dorsey, 28 and Shayla Campbell, 20, all were from York.

Rankin was driving in the left hand lane when lost control of his Jeep Liberty and drove off the road, struck a fence, went airborne and rolled over.

Rankin and his 3 passengers were ejected from the vehicle. None of them were wearing seat-belts.

All were transported to York hospital with serious injuries.

Their conditions are unknown.


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