Louisiana woman, 2 children die in southwest Arkansas crash
FOUKE, Ark. - Arkansas State Police say a Louisiana woman and two children were killed after the car they were in crashed into the rear of a tractor-trailer rig in southwest Arkansas.
A police report says 30-year-old Aileen Jose, a juvenile girl and a juvenile boy - all from Lake Charles, Louisiana - died as a result of injuries suffered in the collision Saturday. The names of the two children were not released.
The report says the three were passengers in a northbound car on Interstate 49 near Fouke when the car drove under the rear axle of a northbound tractor-trailer rig. The report says Jose and one child were dead at the scene and the second child was pronounced dead at a hospital.
The condition of the car's driver wasn't released.
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