DUBOIS COUNTY, Ind. (WEHT) – Indiana State Police (ISP) have identified the people in the crash on Highway 64 in Dubois County between St. Anthony and Birdseye that left two people dead, and two others injured.

Julie Schnell, 44, and her two daughters, Alayna,13, and Addison,15, were identified as the people in the crash. Police say Julie and Alayna both died from injuries sustained in the accident and Addison is in critical condition at a hospital in Louisville. According to police reports, the truck driver, William Craney, 27, was transported to a hospital as well and is considered in stable condition

Indiana State Police say Craney’s truck carrying explosive materials and Schnell’s car collided on Highway 64.

Greater Jasper Consolidated Schools sent a letter to students and staff, saying Julie and Alayna who were killed in the crash, were a teacher and student at the school. Julie taught social studies at Jasper High School for over ten years. Principal Geoff Mauck wished to not be on camera but says they will be missed.

“She was one of the best educators that I have ever known, and her impact was unbelievable.”

Officials are still trying to determine the cause of the crash. ISP says impairment is not believed to be a factor.

“”I know the conditions here at 7:10 this morning it was raining, still not early light so visibility was an issue, but honestly…it’s a mess it’s just a big mess and but we have to go through all of our drone footage and figure out measurements and all that before we can actually figure out what occurred,” said Lt. Jason Allen, District Commander of the Jasper Post.

The road was closed for several hours while crews investigated the crash and cleaned up debris. The roadway has been reopened.