Police: 2 dead following crash; tour group may have picked up passengers in NJ

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MASSACHUSETTS -

Massachusetts State Police are looking into the cause of a fatal crash on Interstate 95 involving a tour group that caters to the Polish-American community, and may have picked up passengers in New Jersey.

According to state police, two adult men died, and nine other individuals are being treated for serious injuries, after the group's van was struck Saturday by a compact SUV in Attleboro.

Both vehicles were traveling northbound when they collided.

The van rolled over and crashed into the southbound lane. Police said all 11 people in the van were ejected during the rollover.

The operator of the SUV was transported to Rhode Island Hospital for minor injuries.

Police said they believe the tour may have picked up passengers in Trenton, Linden, and Wallington, as well as Philadelphia and New York City.

The passengers were destined for various sites in Massachusetts.

The victims have not been identified.

AP wire services helped contribute to this report.

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