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10 Hurt In Texas Chain Reaction Crash

 ARLINGTON, Texas - Arlington police say 10 people have been hurt in a chain-reaction wreck involving 32 vehicles.

Officer Zhivonni (zhee-VAHN'-ee) McDonnell told The Associated Press that the accidents happened Monday morning as traffic slowed while one driver tried to exit from State Highway 360.

She says the 10 people who are hurt have non-life threatening injuries and were transported to hospitals.  McDonnell had no immediate details on what types of vehicles were among the 32 in the pileup.

 

 

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