Two People Killed in Separate Vehicle Crashes in Arkansas
ARKANSAS – According to an online news report from arkansasonline.com, two people were sadly killed in separate vehicle crashes that took place a day apart in Arkansas. One of the victims has been identified, and one has not.*
The first of the two wrecks occurred on U.S. 167 in Sheridan, Arkansas. A 2006 Honda traveling southbound on U.S. 167 crossed the centerline of the roadway and crashed head-on into a 1995 Jeep. After impact, the Jeep caught on fire. The driver of the Jeep, who has not been identified, died at the scene.
The driver of the Honda, 35-year-old Megan Crews, of North Little Rock, Arkansas, was injured but survived the crash. Her current medical condition is not known. It is not clear why Crews crossed the centerline. The accident is still being investigated.
41-year-old Charles B. Mosley, of Marmaduke, Arkansas, was driving a 2011 Chevrolet Silverado westbound on East Highland Drive in Jonesboro, Arkansas. He somehow lost control of the vehicle and crossed the middle turn lane in the roadway, crashing head-on into a tractor-trailer. After impact, the Chevy rotated back into the westbound lane and crashed into a third vehicle.
Mosley died at the scene. The driver of the tractor-trailer, 41-year-old Brad Talcott, of Lake Dallas, Arkansas, was injured in the crash. The extent of his injuries and current medical condition are not known. No information was released about the driver of the third vehicle involved in this crash. This accident is still under investigation, as well.
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