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Multiple people injured in church bus and vehicle crash in northeast Arkansas, report

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Little Rock, Arkansas – At least 11 people are hospitalized after the crash that took place on Saturday where church bus and one more vehicle were involved on a northeastern Arkansas highway.

According to police, all 11 people that were sent to hospital for treatment were passengers in the Tennessee church bus.

Two of the passengers suffered heavy injuries and were transferred with helicopters in Memphis hospitals, while the other passengers suffered minor injuries and were taken in local hospitals nearby.

Clay County Sheriff Terry Miller didn’t provide information about how many people were in the other vehicle and what was their condition.

The crash happened around 1 p.m. along Highway 67 north of Corning.

“Apparently (the bus) was struck by another vehicle that caused the bus to veer off the road,” Miller said.

The location of the crash is near the Missouri border and 170 miles northeast of Little Rock.

We will update the case when more details are available.

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