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KTHV newsman Matt Turner killed in wreck

Posted By on Sun, Oct 7, 2012 at 10:36 AM

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KNWA reports that Matt Turner, a former anchor there who has been at KTHV-TV in Little Rock since July, was killed Saturday night in a wreck on Interstate 30 near Bryant.

The State Police said Turner, 32, was driving alone westbound when his Chevy Tahoe left the roadway, hit the base of a highway sign and caught fire.

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