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Two killed and 2 injured in single car accident in Region 8

IZARD COUNTY, AR (KAIT) – Two people are killed and two others injured in a single car accident Wednesday on Larkin Road in Melbourne around 5pm.

According to Arkansas State Police, 20-year-old Elliot Crider and 16-year-old Melissa Nelson were killed in the accident. They were both passengers in the car.

The car was driven by 18-year-old Timothy Brown who was injured in the accident. Twenty-year-old Chelsea Molloy was also injured in the accident.

ASP says the car was going east on Larkin Road when Brown lost control, overcorrected, overturned and then hit a tree.

ASP says it is unknown if anyone was wearing their seatbelt at the time of the accident.

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