2 killed in head-on collision on northeast Arkansas highway
Authorities say two people have died after a head-on collision in northeast Arkansas.
Arkansas State Police say the crash happened Tuesday afternoon on U.S. 49 in Marmaduke, about 150 miles northeast of Little Rock. State police say 48-year-old David Nolen of Marmaduke was driving north on the highway when his vehicle crossed the center line.
A preliminary report says that caused a head-on collision with a van driven by 29-year-old Stadford Mace of Edwards, Mississippi.
State police say both Nolen and Mace died in the collision. No other injuries were reported.
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