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3-Vehicle Accident Near Trumann Claims Two Lives

MARCH 9, 2004 - Posted at 3:26 p.m. CDT, updated MARCH 10, 2004 at 7:08 a.m.

 

TRUMANN, AR - A three-vehicle accident in Poinsett County Tuesday afternoon claimed the lives of two people.  The accident occured around 1 p.m. on Highway 69 near the Shady Grove community, approximately five miles south of Trumann.

State Police say 29-year-old Mark Miller, Jr. of Tuckerman and 26-year-old Quinton Bornhoft of Harrisburg died in the wreck.  Margaret Hudson, 25, of Harrisburg, and 65-year-old Glenna Goss of Trumann were also injured in the accident and taken to a Jonesboro hospital for treatment.  Hudson and Goss were listed in stable condition last night at the Regional Medical Center of Northeast Arkansas.

Tuesday's accident follows another traffic accident last week just south of the Jonesboro city limits.  Two Jonesboro teenagers were killed in a two-vehicle accident Wednesday evening.

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