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Warren Jeffs brother hurt in St. George bee crash

You have probably heard about the semi which crashed Sunday on Interstate 15 near St. George, href="http://www.sltrib.com/sltrib/news/52768895-78/bees-truck-crash-utah.html.csp" target="_blank">spilling millions of bees.

But after that crash, there was a second accident. It injured Wallace Jeffs, a half brother to FLDS leader Warren Jeffs who is suing the sect's leaders.

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The law offices of Roger Hoole, Wallace Jeffs' attorney, confirmed Jeffs was hurt when his Chevy Suburban struck the rear of another semi. Wallace Jeffs is in a Las Vegas hospital with serious injuries.

Wallace Jeffs href="http://www.sltrib.com/sltrib/news/52177940-78/jeffs-daughters-wallace-brother.html.csp" target="_blank">is suing to regain custody of his children and prevent his underage daughters from marrying older men. He also claims his infamous brother has committed a fraud on the FLDS.

The children’s mother, Amy Jeffs, href="http://www.sltrib.com/sltrib/news/52616222-78/jeffs-amy-says-warren.html.csp" target="_blank">said in court documents church leaders have not asked her about allowing her daughters to marry before they are 18, and would not consent to such an arrangement.

A court docket indicates the case is unresolved with no hearings scheduled.

— Nate Carlisle



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