SNYDER, Texas (KTAB/KRBC) – A fiery head-on collison killed two students from Snyder ISD Saturday morning.

Investigators confirm Zavier Jakob Dominguez, 17, and Armando Carrillo, 14, were both pronounced dead at the scene of the crash on US 180 in Fisher County around 6:15 a.m.

A report from the Texas Department of Public Safety states Dominguez was driving east down the highway when his car crossed the center line, crashing head-on into an SUV that was traveling west. Both vehicles caught fire upon impact.

The driver of the other vehicle was airlifted to a hospital in Lubbock with serious injuries, and no others were involved in this crash.

Dominguez was a senior at Snyder High School and Armando was in 8th grade.

“Their family and friends will undoubtedly need our support as they grieve during this tragedy,” Snyder High School Principal Adam Alaniz says. “Please remember to keep their siblings, parents, family, and many friends close to your hearts and in your prayers during this difficult time.”

Teachers, counselors, and a crisis respone team will be availalbe in the library at both the high school and junior high school campuses Monday.

A crisis line has also been set up – just text “home” to 741741 to text a counselor for free or call the Est Texas Centers Crisis Help line at (800)375-4357.

The Texas Department of Public Safety is still investigating the cause of this fatal crash. It’s currently unknown if anyone else was killed.

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