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Santorum's rally in Tioga was held with the backdrop of a tragedy at the school - a 15-year-old Tioga teenage boy was killed Tuesday and four other people were injured in a two vehicle accident 7 miles south of Tioga.

The Highway Patrol reports that a pick-up driven by Tarin Westby was traveling north on a gravel road and failed to yield to another pickup heading east on County Road 8.
Westby died in the crash.
Two teenage boys in Westby's vehicle, 15 year old Drew Martinson and 17 year old Sergio Antonio both of Tioga were injured.
The driver of the second vehicle, 24 year old Brandon Wilkens of Parshall and his passenger 19 year old Evan Holland of Stanley were also injured.
Westby was wearing a seatbelt, his passengers were not.
The accident happened just before five Tuesday afternoon.

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