BREAKING: 3 DEAD In MANGLED HORRIFIC Event In This State- Here’s What We Know

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The weather community is mourning the loss of three storm chasers killed in a terrible crash Tuesday.

The storm chasers were killed after their cars collided at an intersection during severe West Texas storms.

“This afternoon we learned that three people died in a car accident in Texas, including two contractors for the Weather Channel, Kelley Williamson and Randy Yarnall,” the company said in a statement. “Kelley and Randy were beloved members of the weather community.”

“We are saddened by this loss and our deepest sympathies go out to the families and loved ones of all.”

Lt. Bryan Witt of the Texas Department of Public Safety reported that a black Jeep and a black Chevrolet Suburban were involved in the crash.

According to the Department of Public Safety, one vehicle apparently ran a stop sign at the intersection near the town of Spur, about 55 miles southeast of Lubbock and collided with a black Jeep that was traveling westbound. All three occupants were pronounced deceased at the scene.

The driver of the Jeep was identified as storm chaser Corbin Lee Jaeger of Peoria, Arizona, Fox 34 reported.

The driver of the Suburban, Kelley Williamson, 57, was ejected and the only victim not wearing his seat belt, according to DPS.

His passenger and fellow storm tracker, Randall Yarnall, 55, also of Cassville, died at the scene. The pair starred in The Weather Channel’s “Storm Wranglers.”

Watch the report via Fox News:

The crash is still under investigation.

All 3 died doing what they loved- chasing tornadoes.

Our hearts and prayers go out to everyone involved.

Rest in peace patriots.

God Bless.

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