Three people lost their lives and two were injured in multiple crashes in Arkansas between Sunday, January 2, and Wednesday, January 5.
Hailing from Rison, Mary Clark, 59 years of age, lost her life in a single-vehicle crash that occurred on U.S. 63 in rural Cleveland County.
The 2019 Jeep Wrangler where she was a passenger and the driver was Stephen Clark, aged 60, struck a tree and two fences when it left the road. Stephen Clark sustained injuries in the crash and was taken to the Regional Medical Center.
Joshua Waschalk was southbound on Interstate 530 south of Little Rock in his 2018 Mazda when it went off-road and into a creek, before it went down an embankment. Troopers have reported the road to be dry and the weather to be clear at the time of the accident.
The report did not mention the time of the accident.
The accident occurred on Tuesday, January 4.
Hailing from Jefferson County, Jalyn Mayweathers, aged 26, succumbed to her injuries after a head-on collision with a tractor-trailer.
The crash occurred just a little beyond 7 a.m. on Wednesday, January 5, and happened in rural Hot Spring County.
Jalyn was a passenger with the driver, Rashad Nalls, aged 31 in a 2009 Dodge.
They were passing another vehicle when a Kenworth truck came from the westbound lane; both vehicles swerved in the same direction and crashed into each other head-on.
Nalls was taken to CHI St. Vincent Hot Springs for his injuries.
The multiple crashes in Arkansas remain under police investigation.
If you or a loved one is involved in a car accident due to another party’s negligence, get in touch with an Arkansas car accident attorney.