DNA testing needed to identify 3 males killed in fiery crash

LOGANSPORT, Ind. (AP) — Authorities say the bodies of three males killed Wednesday in a fiery crash in northern Indiana will undergo DNA testing before the victims can be positively identified.

Police said Thursday that the three victims died Wednesday night in Logansport when a Toyota Camry traveled off a roadway along the Wabash River, struck several trees and became engulfed in flames.

The (Logansport) Pharos-Tribune reports that Cass County Sheriff Ed Schroder says that while authorities have tentatively identified the three crash victims, DNA testing  must be completed in order to positively identify the bodies. Logansport is about 75 miles north of Indianapolis.