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UPDATE: Father & Son Killed In Rollover Crash In Grant County

UPDATE: At approximately 6:30 a.m. Monday, September 24, 2012 the Grant County Coroner's Office responded to a vehicle fatality accident on Dodson Road just north of Road 4 NW in Ephrata.

The vehicle left the roadway and entered a drainage canal. 38-year-old Victor Aguilar-Rocha, and his 19-year-old son, Victor Aguilar were pronounced dead at the scene.

The cause of death for Victor Aguilar-Rocha was determined to be "Blunt Force Trauma of Head."

His son, Victor Aguilar's cause of death is "Fresh Water Drowning." The manner of their deaths is ruled accident.

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EPHRATA, Wash. - Two people died Monday morning after the car they were in rolled over into an irrigation ditch. The wreck happened near Dodson Road and Road 4, about four miles north of I-90. According to the Grant County Sheriff's Office, the crash was discovered by a passing motorist around 6:30a.m..

Authorities are investigating the incident and at this point it's unknown what may have caused the crash. A spokesperson for the Sheriff's Office said there was water in the ditch and that the vehicle was found upside down in the water but they did not know yet if the occupants of the car died from the crash or from drowning.

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