The Latest: Dallas Cowboys express sorrow for Arizona crash

The scene of a bus crash is surveyed Sunday, July 24, 2016, on a highway in northwestern Arizona, about 30 miles north of Kingman. A Dallas Cowboys bus collided with another vehicle and authorities say at least one person was killed. Team spokesman Rich Dalrymple confirmed a Cowboys bus was one of two vehicles involved in the crash Sunday on U.S. 93. (Cody Davis/Kingman Daily Miner via AP)
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PHOENIX (AP) The Latest on deadly crash between a van and a bus carrying Dallas Cowboys staffers (all times local):

1:35 p.m.

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is expressing sorrow about an Arizona highway accident that left four people dead when their van collided with a bus carrying team employees.

Jones says in a statement that the organization is ''deeply saddened'' by the loss of lives in Sunday's collision.

Jones also says the Cowboys organization's thoughts, prayers and concerns are with family members and loved ones of those who were killed.

The identities of those killed haven't been disclosed.

The Arizona Department of Public Safety says the van was turning left at an intersection when it collided with the Cowboys bus carrying staffers but no players.

The department says nobody on the bus was injured.

The Cowboys group was headed to a Las Vegas stop for a pre-seasonal promotional tour.

7:45 a.m.

Authorities say a van was turning left at a highway intersection in northwestern Arizona when it collided with a bus carrying staffers of the Dallas Cowboys football team, killing all four people in the van.

The Arizona Department of Public Safety says the van was traveling south on U.S. 93, the main route between Las Vegas and Phoenix, and the bus was heading north Sunday. No players were on the bus.

DPS spokesman Quentin Mehr says three females and one male in the van died, but he didn't release their identities. Additional information on the circumstances of the crash wasn't immediately available.

Nobody on the Dallas Cowboys bus was seriously injured. The Cowboys group was headed for Las Vegas, a planned stop on a pre-season promotional tour.