De Queen, AR — February 15, 2017, William Massey was killed and Damian Burton was injured after an accident where their cars crashed head-on.
Details have been released by the Arkansas State Police concerning the fatal crash. They say it occurred around 4:00 p.m. along US Highway 70.
Their reports state that 67-year-old Massey, from Seagoville, TX, was traveling westbound in a Ford Escape. In the eastbound lanes, 34-year-old Burton was driving a Chevy Blazer. It’s not yet clear how the accident occurred, but the two vehicles somehow crossed paths with one another and crashed head-on.
As a result of the collision, Massey suffered fatal injuries and died. Burton was taken to CHRISTUS St. Michael Hospital in Texarkana for treatment of unspecified injuries.
At this time, Police have yet to suggest what factors may have caused the accident. No further information is currently available.
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