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UPDATE: 2 killed in White Co. crash

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WHITE COUNTY, AR (KAIT) -

UPDATE:

According to an updated Arkansas State Police crash report, Ralph Boyd Geurin also died following the crash on Tuesday.

Police state Geurin succumbed to his injuries on Thursday.


A White County car crash Tuesday afternoon resulted in the death of a woman.

According to an Arkansas State Police crash report, Ralph Boyd Geurin, 57, of Strawberry, was heading north on Highway 67 in White County at around 2:35 p.m.

Police said when Geurin reached the Little Red River Bridge he struck the guardrail and went off the road.

Crews took Geurin to a Little Rock hospital for treatment of his injuries.

However, Bobbi Sue Geurin was also in the car when it happened.

Police say the 57-year-old Strawberry woman died in the crash.

The road was dry and weather conditions were clear at the time of the crash, according to ASP. 

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