Two West Manchester Township men died in a Tuesday afternoon crash on Route 30 near the Hellam exit, Hellam Township Police Chief Mark Sowers said.
The victims were identified as Jerry Eady, 36, and Jack Mason III, 52. According to York County Coroner Pam Gay, they died at the scene.
The pair were in a work van that was traveling west on the highway about 2:15 p.m. when the driver, a 29-year-old man from Red Lion, lost control for an unknown reason, Sowers said.
The van then clipped a pickup truck and rolled over as it left the highway, he said.
Eady and Mason, who were passengers in the van, were ejected from the vehicle, Sowers said.
The white van came to a rest in trees on the westbound ramp to Route 30.
The driver of the van and a third passenger, a 42-year-old man from Hanover, were transported to York Hospital by ambulance, Sowers said.
The driver of the pickup, a 66-year-old man from Abbottstown, was not injured, he said.
Autopsies are scheduled for Wednesday morning at Lehigh Valley Hospital. Causes of death are pending until then. Families of Eady and Mason have been notified, Gay said.
Route 30 was closed to traffic for about seven hours Tuesday while police investigated.