By CBSBoston.com Staff

HAMILTON TOWNSHIP, N.J. (CBS) — Two brothers from Manchester, New Hampshire were among three people killed in a car crash in New Jersey on Sunday. New Jersey State Police said a Honda crashed into a toll booth and went up in flames.

Two children from Atlantic City, New Jersey were in the back of the car. A teenager was also killed and a 12-year-old girl was left with moderate injuries, police said.

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The victims were identified as 31-year-old Reachthon “Tony” Khiev, 27-year-old Reachsieh “Johnny” Khiev, and 14-year-old Keotepie Khiev.

The Khiev brothers had gone to Atlantic City to surprise their sisters and were returning from a shopping trip when they crashed at the Egg Harbor Toll Plaza on the Atlantic City Expressway.

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The eastbound side of the highway was closed for about seven hours as a result of the crash.

A toll attendant was also hurt.

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It’s unclear what caused the crash.

CBSBoston.com Staff