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Sunday, November 1, 2015

The Sunday open line. Plus: Four deaths in Halloween crash

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Here's the Sunday open line. Also:

* HALLOWEEN ACCIDENT DEATHS: Four women aged 15 to 20 were killed Halloween night when a Jeep ran off Gravel Hill Road in White County about 10:40 p.m. Saturday night and overturned. The dead include the driver, Alexandra Simpkins, 20, of Cabot; Codi Rice, 19, of Cabot, and two teens whose identities weren't released because they were minors.

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