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UPDATE: 1 Person Killed, 4 Kids Injured In Car Crash In Waco

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WACO, TX - UPDATE -- One person was killed,and 4 others injured in a one vehicle crash in Waco on Monday.
 According to the Waco Police Department, a Chevy SUV was heading west in 2300 block of Spur 484 when the vehicle left the roadway for an unknown reason, crossed the median and slammed into an overpass pillar.
 The driver, 37 year-old Vincent Hall was eject and pronounced dead at the scene.
  There were 4 children in the car ages four to seven and two them were also ejected.
  They were all taken to Baylor Scott & White Hillcrest in Waco and then transferred to Baylor Scott & White in Temple. Two of the kids have serious injuries.
  Police said it didn't appear the driver or the passengers were wearing seatbelts.

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(KCEN) -- Ambulances are at the scene of a single vehicle crash in Waco. The crash happened around 4:30 p.m. underneath Hwy. 6 near Chapel Hill Rd. The crash involved a single SUV that crashed into a bridge pillar. It appears one person was injured

No word on what caused the crash or how many people were injured or killed.
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