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Two Killed When RV T-Bones SUV in Warren County

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MEDORA, Iowa -- Two people were killed when an RV hit an SUV in Warren County Wednesday morning.

The accident happened just before 9 a.m. in Medora at the intersection of Highway 69 and Highway G-76. Warren County Sheriff Brian Vos says an RV with a trailer traveling westbound on G-76 t-boned an SUV traveling north on Highway 69.

Four people were in the SUV and officials say an adult and a juvenile were pronounced dead at the scene. The other two occupants were transferred to Des Moines hospitals by air ambulance. Their conditions are unknown.

Sheriff Vos says no one in the RV, which had Oklahoma license plates, was injured.

There is a stop sign for eastbound and westbound traffic on G-76 at the intersection and investigators are trying to determine what caused the RV driver to pull out and hit the SUV.

"From 65 coming towards Medora, there are rumble strips on the road which means there is a stop sign coming," said Sheriff Vos . "It's well marked and the stop sign is in plain view."

The names of victims of the crash have not been released but officials say they are from Iowa and were traveling to Martensdale at the time of the accident.