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2 Killed In Covington County Accident

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COVINGTON COUNTY, Miss. - Two men are dead after a Covington County car accident on Thursday.

Mississippi Highway Patrol Public Affairs Officer Brent Barfield said 47-year-old Daniel Berry and 55-year-old Curtis Armstrong, both of Prentiss, were pronounced dead on the scene.

The accident happened west of Collins near the intersection of Highway 184 and Highway 84.

Berry was driving a 2008 Pontiac Grand Prix and was sitting at the stop sign. He attempted to cross eastbound but stuck a 2010 Chevy Malibu.

Inside the Malibu was 19-year-old driver Timothy Buckley and 20-year old Janequa Gage.

Buckley and Gage were both taken to Forrest General Hospital. At last check, they were listed in good condition.

 

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