Representatives from the Arkansas State Police have identified the two individuals killed in a Pulaski County, AR single-vehicle accident on January 24th, 1013. Police currently suspect that both Daniel and Aimee Burghart were killed when the vehicle they operated possibly experienced a loss of control while navigating Garrison Road. The vehicle left the roadway and collided with trees just off the highway.
Scene of the Accident
According to the report, Aimee Burghart was pronounced dead on the scene from injuries he sustained in the accident when emergency response personnel arrived. Daniel Burghart was reportedly transported to Baptist Hospital where he died of his injuries a short time after his arrival. The investigation into the fatality accident remains in its preliminary phases, and authorities hope to release more information to the public as it is made available.
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