Three people lost their lives in a fatal car accident on Sunday evening in Springfield Township, Fayette County, according to state police. The crash occurred around 5:55 p.m. on Springfield Pike near Mt. Tabor Road and involved two sedans, one of which was a Tesla. The victims were identified as Raymond Ramage, 38, of Connellsville; Peter Zepf, 28, of Pittsburgh; and Katelin Lorch, 25, of Pittsburgh. Two other people were injured and transported to Forbes Hospital. Trooper Kalee Barnhart said one of the victims was not wearing a seat belt and urged drivers to be cautious and buckle up. The scene was cleared by two tow trucks around 11 p.m. after collision analysis and reconstruction specialists, forensic services unit and the county coroner investigated the cause of the crash. Barnhart said it could take weeks or months to determine what led to the accident. Springfield Pike was closed for several hours in both directions near the crash site. Several fire departments responded to the scene, including Normalville Area Fire Department, Connellsville Township Volunteer Fire Department and Springfield Township Volunteer Hose Company. Neighbors who live near Springfield Pike said the road is dangerous and prone to accidents, especially in foggy conditions.