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A 46-year-old man injured in a crash in Northwest Arkansas has died, authorities said.

The collision occurred at 1:30 a.m. Saturday at the intersection of Arkansas 102 and Phyllis Street in Bentonville, according to an Arkansas State Police report.

Troopers said Bradley Douglas of Rogers was driving a Honda south from Phyllis Street onto the highway when he pulled into the path of a westbound Ford. The Ford then struck the Honda, according to the report.

Douglas died Monday from his injuries. The driver of the Ford, 21-year-old Michael Porath of Bentonville, was also hurt, the report states.

Conditions were described as clear and dry at the time of the wreck.

At least 413 people have died on Arkansas roads so far this year, according to preliminary figures.

NW News on 11/08/2018

CORRECTION: An earlier version of this story misstated how the wreck occurred. The Ford struck the Honda, according to an Arkansas State Police Report.

Print Headline: Rogers man dies two days after being injured in crash, authorities say

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