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Crews work multi-vehicle crash in Ravenden

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RAVENDEN, AR (KAIT) -

Deputies in two counties worked a multi-vehicle crash 4 miles North of Ravenden Friday night.  

According to Lawrence County Dispatch, Lawrence County, and Sharp County, Sheriff's Offices worked the accident.  

Dispatch said there were injuries but did not know how many or the extent of those injuries.

According to Dave Lawrence with the Ravenden Fire Department, two people were airlifted from the scene and two others were taken by ambulance to a hospital.  

Highway 63 was closed from 10:30 p.m. until 1 a.m.  

Both vehicles involved in the crash were towed from the scene.

Authorities do not know what caused the accident.  

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