Two people died in a two-vehicle crash Thursday morning in Noble County, Indiana State Police report in a news release. Troopers are investigating the crash, on U.S. 6 about a quarter-mile west of County Road 600 West, near Ligonier. U.S. 6 was closed for about two hours between U.S. 33 and County Road 600 West hours while emergency crews worked to separate the two vehicles and clear the roadway of debris. At about 8:30 a.m., a 1998 Oldsmobile Alero was traveling eastbound on U.S. 6, west of County Road 600 West, when, for an unknown reason, it traveled left of center, Sr. Trooper Steve Malone said. As this happened, it struck a westbound 2008 International truck owned by Norfolk Southern Railroad. The two occupants of the Oldsmobile were pronounced dead at the scene by the Noble County coroner. Investigators are working on confirming the identities of the two people who died before notifying their families. The driver of the truck, Martin E. Clement, 59, of Genoa, Ohio and his passenger, Jerry E. Myers, 58, of Oak Harbor, Ohio were both wearing their seat belts at the time of the crash and were not injured.