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Two Andrews University Students Killed in Automobile Accident


Juniors perished in ‘multiple vehicle collision,’ school says

Two juniors at Andrews University, a Seventh-day Adventist tertiary school in Berrien Springs, Michigan, were killed Sabbath morning Nov. 19 in a multiple vehicle collision in New Buffalo Township, Michigan, the school said.

“Austin Currie, a junior engineering major from Illinois, and Chandler Koerting, a junior computing major also from Illinois, were pronounced dead [at] the scene after a multiple vehicle collision,” a statement from Andrews said.

According to a report by WZZM-TV, the crash involved a semi-trailer and two cars. It took place shortly before 10 a.m. “on I-94 westbound near the 2.5 mile marker,” a location near the Michigan/Indiana border.

The report said police are still investigating the incident.

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