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5 die in rollover: out of the 22 in the VAN in Border Patrol chase

5 die in rollover - There was this sad news out of Arizona came on Sunday, April 21, 2013, as five people have died after a pursuit involving the Border Patrol finished with a van rolling over. The Associated Press reports that the accident happened in Southern Arizona on the evening of Saturday, April 20, 2013. Border Patrol was in pursuit of the van which was said to be packed with people as it traveled between Tucson and Benson, Arizona on Saturday night. Once the van rolled over and the pursuit ended, it was realized that there were actually 22 people in total in the van. Authorities say that five people are confirmed dead and the 17 others in the van were taken to different hospitals for treatment. Injuries of the 17 are unknown at this time. Willie Treatch, Rural/Metro Fire Spokesman, says that he did not know the full circumstances to the chase that involved Border Patrol and the van. All he knows is that Boarder Patrol was chasing after it as it traveled down the highw

5 die in rollover: in a Border Patrol pursuit

5 die in rollover , accident began to trend across major news headlines this weekend following a Border Patrol chase and eventual devastating crash, The Epoch Times reported this Sunday, April 21, 2013. According to the latest updates from the Associated Press, five people were killed after their fleeing van toppled and rolled over on the highway in a Border Patrol pursuit late this Saturday night in southern Arizona. Local officials confirmed that the 5 die in rollover headline came as a result of several of the passengers being killed in the van; the vehicle was in fact carrying a total of 22 people cramped inside. The other 17 individuals in the Border Patrol chase were soon taken to local hospitals, although their conditions remain unknown at this point and time. The exact circumstances surrounding the pursuit of the van have not yet been identified, either. The Arizona Border Patrol has not answered any calls for comment this Sunday, though more details are likely to unfold in the