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DPS identifies victims killed in fiery Smith County head-on collision

The investigation is ongoing.

TYLER, Texas — The Texas Department of Public Safety has identified those killed following a two-vehicle wreck in Smith County early Friday morning. 

DPS Sgt. Jean Dark said the two-vehicle crash happened at the intersection of County Road 48 and Highway 110 North in Tyler.

The preliminary investigation indicates a car, driven by Matthew Reneaux, 23, was traveling north at the same time an SUV, driven by Gabriel Salamanca, 39, was traveling south on State Highway 110 when the vehicles hit head-on. DPS says the car caught fire.

Reneaux and passengers Jennifer Felix, 26; and Marvin Jenkins Jr., 38, were pronounced dead at the scene.

Salamanca and a juvenile passenger also died at the scene.

The investigation is ongoing.

Credit: CBS19

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