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Victims in two-car North Philly crash identified

Police have identified the two Wissinoming men killed in a North Philadelphia car wreck Sunday night as Raymond Liggone, 44, and Antrone Prudie, 40. Police are still investigating the cause.

Victims in two-car North Philly crash identified

Police have identified the two Wissinoming men killed in a North Philadelphia car wreck Sunday night as Raymond Liggone, 44, and Antrone Prudie, 40.

The men were headed north on Broad Street in a 2005 Buick about 8:30 p.m. when their car collided with a 1994 Ford Explorer that was traveling east on Allegheny Avenue, police said. Investigators believe one of tne of the cars ran a red light, but they have not determined which one. The Explorer's driver, who remained at the scene and was not seriously injured, has not been charged. 

Prudie, of Robbins Avenue near Frankford, and Liggone, of Torresdale Avenue near Devereaux, were relatives, their family said. Both men's relatives gathered at Prudie's rowhome Monday afternoon to mourn, but they declined to comment.

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