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Two young boys killed in fatal Kingstree accident

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Deoveya McCrea, who goes to Kingstree middle was pronounced dead at the scene. Deoveya McCrea, who goes to Kingstree middle was pronounced dead at the scene.

Two young boys are dead after a fatal accident in Williamsburg county this weekend.

Saturday just after noon on Pinckney Road, a car lost control with 4 people inside and overturned in a ditch.

Authorities say 12-year-old Deoveya McCrea, who goes to Kingstree Middle was pronounced dead at the scene. Tyquan Allen, 17, was taken by helicopter to MUSC where he was pronounced dead.

17-year-old Katoris Wagoner, Deoveya's uncle, was injured in the accident. He has a broken leg. He is still at McLeod Medical Center.

Malik Tomblin, 18, is the fourth person who was in the accident. Malik is still recovering, and the family says he will be fine.  Initially, Tomblin was transported to Williamsburg Medical Center. He was later transferred to McLeod, where he is still admitted.

The families of the two boys who died are in the process of preparing for the funerals. McCrae's funeral is scheduled for Thursday. Allen's funeral will take place on Friday.

The accident is still under investigation by the highway patrol.

We're told that Kingstree Middle is offering grief counseling to students who may need it.

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