Jefferson County, AR — December 3, 2017, Destiny Jones was fatally injured \as the result of a two-car collision ending in a rollover.
Arkansas State Police officials say the incident happened in Pine Bluff near the I-530 and State Highway 530 interchange just after 4:00 a.m.
Preliminary investigations stated that 21-year-old Jones was the passenger of an unspecified vehicle traveling southbound on the interstate. That vehicle somehow crossed paths with and collided with a southbound Ford. This caused Jones’s vehicle to run off the side of the road and flip over repeatedly.
Jones was ejected during the crash and sustained fatal injuries. The report did not say if anyone else was hurt in the crash.
The exact cause of the accident is still unclear at this time. Investigations are ongoing.
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