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4 dead in North Texas wrong-way crash

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ARGYLE, Texas (AP) — Four people have died in a wrong-way crash in North Texas.

Denton police say that Saturday evening a Nissan traveling southbound near Argyle crossed into a northbound lane and crashed head-on into a Volvo.

Police say the woman driving the Nissan and a young passenger in the Volvo died at the scene. A child from the Nissan and the female driver of the Volvo were taken to hospitals where they later died.

Police say neither alcohol nor high speed is believed to have been a factor in the crash.

Argyle is located about 30 miles north of Fort Worth.

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