By CBS13 Staff

STANISLAUS COUNTY (CBS13) — A woman and a teenage girl from Denair have died after a crash in rural Stanislaus County near Turlock on Wednesday.

California Highway Patrol says, just before 8 a.m., they got a report of a crash involving an SUV and a large flatbed pickup truck near Santa Fe Avenue and E. Keyes Road.

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Investigators believe the SUV driver, for an unknown reason, entered the northbound lane while heading southbound along Santa Fe Avenue. She then crashed head-on into a pickup that was heading in the opposite direction.

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Both the driver and passenger of the SUV were rushed to the hospital but were later pronounced dead. Their names have not been released, but officers identified them as a 48-year-old woman and 16-year-old girl from Denair.

The driver of the pickup suffered moderate injuries in the crash, officers say.

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It’s unclear if seatbelts were being worn by any of the involved parties, CHP says. Officers are continuing to investigate the incident.