Two LDS missionaries from Davis County injured in Spain car crash

Tuesday , February 27, 2018 - 2:27 PM

Four LDS missionaries — including two from Davis County — were injured in a car crash on Monday, Feb. 26, in Malaga, Spain. 

The four were riding in a car driven by a man they were teaching, when it crashed into a truck, according to a press release from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints spokesman Daniel Woodruff. 

The two local missionaries — Caden Randall, 18, from Kaysville, and Hunter Bushman, 19, from Farmington — both suffered minor injuries in the crash.

The other two missionaries — Mason Heninger, 20, from Canada, and Gabriel Inesta Olmoone, 19, from Puerto Rico — suffered more serious injuries that required surgery, the release says. Both are in stable condition and expected to recover. 

The man driving the vehicle was last known to be in serious condition, the release says. 

No additional information was given in the press release. 

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