The crash occurred early Wednesday on Southwest 320th Street at 10th Avenue Southwest. Photo courtesy of South King Fire and Rescue

The crash occurred early Wednesday on Southwest 320th Street at 10th Avenue Southwest. Photo courtesy of South King Fire and Rescue

Update: 2 men die in fatal crash in Federal Way

Two people died in a car crash about 2:30 a.m. July 4 in Federal Way.

The crash occurred on Southwest 320th Street at 10th Avenue Southwest. All lanes were temporarily closed between 6th Avenue Southwest and 13th Avenue Southwest, according to South King Fire and Rescue.

Federal Way police report that two males were ejected from a Honda Civic after speeding and crashing into several trees.

The victims have been identified as Philip Mota, 28, and Antonio Lopez, 27, both former Decatur High School students.

Police said alcohol may have been a factor in the crash.

The families of the victims have started a GoFundMe account to help with funeral expenses for the victims.

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