Mountain Home, AR — November 23, 2017, William Kindermay was killed following an accident where two cars collided at an intersection.
According to a preliminary report released by the Arkansas State Police, the incident occurred at around 5:30 p.m. at the intersection of Highway 1010 and US 412/US 62.
The police report states that 68-year-old Kindermay was driving a Mazda westbound along US 62 approaching Highway 101. An eastbound Buick reportedly attempted a left turn into the path of the Mazda, resulting in a collision.
As a result of the collision, Kindermay sustained fatal injuries. It’s unclear if anyone else was hurt in the accident. Police also did not say if charges or citations were filed.
No further information has been released at this time.
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