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PALO PINTO CO. (CBSDFW.COM) – Two people are dead after a head-on crash in Palo Pinto County.

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According to investigators, 34-year-old, Jessica Lee Harris of Graham, crossed her Mitsubishi into the center line of highway 337 Friday, into the path of a van carrying members of Faith Center Assembly of God from Graham.

The members ranged from ages 11-49.

The van swerve to avoid hitting Harris, but Harris corrected her car’s position and slammed into the van.

Stacey Daily was inside the van and died of her injuries.

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Five people remain hospitalized in Fort Worth.

Four victims were confirmed at John Peter Smith hospital in Fort Worth; three of them were transported by CareFlite helicopter ambulance. The hospital would not release conditions or ages.

A fifth victim was taken to a different Fort Worth hospital. Two others were driven to a Mineral Wells hospital, one of which was treated and released, according to authorities.

The DPS said everyone in the bus was wearing seat belts.


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