The wreckage of a van that collided with a Dallas Cowboys bus is seen near Kingman, Ariz., Sunday, July 24, 2016. Authorities said multiple people in the van died but nobody on the bus was seriously injured. (Barry White/KTNV via The AP)
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July 26, 2016

KINGMAN, Ariz. (AP) Authorities have released the names of four Chinese nationals who died when their van collided with a Dallas Cowboys staff bus along a northwestern Arizona highway.

Arizona Department of Public Safety officials said Wednesday that the four were from the Guangdong province of China but couldn't immediately provide the cities where they lived.

They say 52-year-old Guang Xiang Li was the male driver of the van, while the female passengers were 52-year-old Suiqing Ou, 52-year-old Sangqin Bi and 19-year-old Yuetong Li.

The DPS says they're related, but their relationships weren't immediately clear.

Authorities say the van failed to yield the right of way at a stop sign Sunday and the bus broadsided it.

Nobody was injured on the bus headed to a preseason promotional stop in Las Vegas. No players were aboard.

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