Polk County, AR — February 13, 2017, Robert Stephan Hayden was killed following an accident where his vehicle crashed off the highway.
The Arkansas State Police released a preliminary accident report concerning the crash. They say it happened on State Highway 8 East at around 10:00 a.m.
Their investigations indicate that 64-year-old Hayden was driving a Lincoln passenger vehicle westbound on Highway 8. The vehicle somehow lost control on the highway, veering off the left side of the road. It then crashed in the roadside area.
Hayden was critically injured in the collision, and he eventually died at the scene. It’s unclear if any other passengers were in the vehicle, but no additional injuries were reported.
Authorities have yet to determine what factors contributed to the accident. They say their investigations are ongoing.
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