Update: There is a funeral set for Paul Davis on Wednesday, November 27, 2013 at Methodist Church, 1:00 p.m. Brenda Davis, who was injured in the accident, passed away on November 13 after being taken off life support.
Mountain View, AR — A local man from Mountain View was killed early Sunday morning (November 3, 2013) after a rollover accident about 11 miles south of the city. Police said that Paul Davis, 59, was killed at about 12:30 a.m. on Sunday morning when his car lost control.
The ASP reports said that Davis was headed south along Highway 5 in Chevrolet when he lost control and swerved off the side of the highway, overturning twice. The accident ejected Davis from the car and he died at the scene.
He had two passengers in the car and they were both taken to nearby hospitals for varying injuries. They were identified as Brenda Davis and Tony Skinner.
Approximate Site of the Accident
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