2 NY men fatally struck by car in road rage dispute

NY driver strikes 2 people arguing on the side of the highway, treated for minor injuries

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Two men got out of their cars to argue on a New York highway and were fatally struck by a third car, police said.

The crash happened at about 1:30 a.m. Saturday on Interstate 84 in the town of Kent. Mark Hall, 38, and Fabian Tirado, 22, stopped in the right lane and got out of their vehicles "due to a road rage altercation," New York state police said in a news release.

While the two men were arguing, a third vehicle hit both of them, police said. Hall and Tirado were pronounced dead at the scene. The third driver was treated for minor injuries.

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The investigation is ongoing, police said.