Faulkner County, AR — February 10, 2018, Guadalupe Del Castorena sustained fatal injuries due to an accident involving two passenger vehicles and an 18-wheeler.
Authorities with the Arkansas State Police reported that the accident happened at around 5:00 p.m. near US Highway 64 and Stanley Road.
Preliminary investigations indicated that 25-year-old Castorena was eastbound on US 64. As she traveled, her vehicle and a Jeep somehow collided. This caused her vehicle to lose control and swerve sideways. As a result, her car slid into the path of an 18-wheeler which crashed into her car.
Following this collision, both the 18-wheeler and Castorena’s vehicle ran off-road. They collided into a group of trees, causing the semi to tip over. It rolled on top of Castorena’s vehicle, crushing it.
EMS officials report that Castorena died in the accident. It’s unclear if anyone else was hurt. At this time, police continue to investigate the factors surrounding the accident.
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