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Four Dead In North Central Texas College Car Accident

Four people have been killed and at least 15 others injured after a North Central Texas College bus carrying the school's women's softball team collided with a semi-truck, according to CNN. 

Oklahoma Highway Patrol Officer, Capt. Ronnie Hampton, said the collision happened about 9 p.m. Friday on Interstate 35, south of Turner Falls. They said they believe the semi-truck crossed the center median and struck the school van.

Officials said the bus was traveling back to NCTC in Gainesville, after a scrimmage in Oklahoma early Friday.


The National Transportation Safety Board is sending a team to investigate the cause of the accident.


Stay with 6 while we continue to get updates.

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