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Two children killed in overnight accident

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HAZEN (KATV) -

Two children are dead and three people are injured after a one car accident in Prairie County.

According to Arkansas State Police initial reports, around 1:30 Sunday morning, 32-year old Sandra Espinoza-Perez was driving west on Interstate 40 near Hazen when her vehicle traveled into the median and overcorrected.  

The car overturned several times and came to a final stop on State Highway 86.  

Two children, a 10-year old and an 8-year old, were killed in the accident.  

Three others were injured in the crash, including a two-year old child.   

The people injured were taken to a hospital in Little Rock. 

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