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UPDATE: MedFlight victims identified in Friday's fatal I-30 accident

June 14, 2014

Photo Special to The Saline Courier One of two Baptist Health Medical Center MedFlight helicopters comes in for landing on Interstate 30 on Friday in Benton near the Alcoa Exit. One person was killed and two others were airlifted to Little Rock with serious injuries, according to Arkansas State Police.

Arkansas State Police have identified the two victims that were airlifted to Baptist Health Medical Center in Little Rock on Friday.
Sheena Seals, age and address unknown, and Betty Moore, 69, of Little Rock, were both transferred to the hospital via MedFlight after the car they were passengers in was rear ended twice on Interstate 30.

The driver, Gayle Moore, 39, of Little Rock was killed in the three-car accident that shut down the entire eastbound lane near the Alcoa Road Exit in Benton.

According to the report, Moore's vehicle was stopped in the middle lane for an unknown reason when it was struck by a 2014 Ford Edge at around 7:30 p.m. A 2003 Toyota Corolla struck Moore's 1997 Dodge Neon moments later.

Emily Ratliff and Myrna Scallion, both of Pikedale, Ky. were also treated for injures. They were both passengers in the Ford Edge. Drivers of the Edge and Corolla were not injured.

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