Devastating crashes have claimed the lives of two people on Arkansas roads, according to Arkansas State Police. A man, a resident of White Hall, identified as Mathew Barnard, aged 19, was driving south. The incident occurred at 9:56 p.m. on Friday. Barnard failed to round a curve and began to overturn on the U.S. 63 in Cleveland County. A passenger, identified as Ashlyn Harris, aged 20, from Rison was thrown out of the vehicle and was killed. The vehicle was identified as, Chevrolet Malibu.
Harris’s body was shifted to Buie Funeral Home whereas Barnard was immediately rushed to Jefferson Regional Medical Center in Pine Bluff. At the time of the crash, the conditions were dry and dark.
On Saturday in a tragic three-vehicle crash on Arkansas roads, a man identified as, Malvern, aged, 23 died. The collision occurred on Interstate 30 in Saline County. At 3:32 a.m., Cody Henley was driving west when he hit the inside concrete wall. The vehicle was identified as, Chevrolet Tahoe, 2002 make. The car rolled on its side, another driver of a Toyota Camry, 2019 make pulled over and immediately called 911.
Jake Henley, aged 21 was driving a Jeep Cherokee, 2017 make. He struck Tahoe. Due to the collision, Henley was thrown out. Hanley was rushed to Baptist Hospital in Little Rock where he died. Henley’s body was shifted to Saline County coroner’s office. Conditions were clear and dry.
If your or your loved ones have suffered an accident, know your legal options through an Arkansas car accident attorney.