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Four students involved in rollover accident


By Melany Cox
Posted on May 5, 2014 | Breaking News,News | Comments Off on Four students involved in rollover accident

Four ACU students were injured in a rollover accident on Loop 322 near Highway 36 just before 9 p.m. Sunday.

The students are Philomena DeHoyos from Seguin, Kristopher Normand from Fort Knox, Kentucky, Shalina Sadruddin from Carrollton and Michelle Weidenaar from Arvada, Colorado.

The students were sent to Hendrick Medical Center.

Anna Koistinen, freshman journalism and mass communication major from Sugar Land, is a friend of the four students. She said they are not in critical condition and are undergoing medical evaluation.

Grant Rampy, director of public relations, said all four students are in good condition.

According to Big Country Homepage, witnesses said they saw the vehicle traveling northbound when the driver lost control and over-corrected. Speed is believed to have played a factor.

The accident is under investigation.

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