UNIONTOWN (KDKA) — State police say the vehicle they’ve been looking for in connection with a fatal crash in Fayette County that claimed the lives of two teens and injured two others has been found.

Investigators have not said where they found the black Cadillac; however, they also say they have identified the people who were in the vehicle.

Authorities began looking for the Cadillac following Wednesday’s fatal crash near Route 119 in South Union Township.

A witness said he saw the vehicle allegedly racing with the victims’ car seconds before the crash.

The car carrying the four teens then crashed into an SUV.

Trevor McFadden, 16, and De’Andre Jones, 17, were killed in the crash.

The two other teens, Ziaire Ellis and Rodney Harris, continue to recover from their injuries.

All of them are students at Uniontown High School.

A community vigil was held Friday night at Calvary Baptist Church in Uniontown to remember the victims.

The investigation continues.

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