Six Montana State University Students were involved in an accident in Grand Canyon National Park, Saturday at about 10 a.m. The driver lost control of the vehicle in which they were in.
They were riding back to school after a spring break community service project working with legal refugees in Phoenix. That is when
their MSU owned Ford Expedition lost control and went off road on the Arizona State Highway 64. The SUV crashed into a tree.
Two students were hospitalized in a Flagstaff hospital. They suffered non-life threatening injuries. Four others were treated on the scene for minor injuries.
National Park Services stated that there were no signs of alcohol or drug intoxication.
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