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3 killed in seven-vehicle crash in Brunswick

BRUNSWICK, GA (WTOC) -

An accident reconstruction team is investigating a deadly wreck on I-95 in Brunswick. 

Seven vehicles including three tractor trailers and an RV were involved in the crash around 3 p.m. Tuesday on Interstate 95 near Exit 29 for U.S. 17.

Rocco Urso, 80, and his wife, Heidi, 76, died at the scene after being pinned under an 18-wheeler. The wreck also killed 71-year-old Reinhold Steinhilber. 

The Georgia State Patrol says the investigation points to a truck driver who didn't slow down and ran right over the Bursos' car. The truck driver's son says his father fell into a trance. 

Charges may be on the way for the truck driver, according to GSP.

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