• November 17, 2020

Minor Killed, Otto Timbs Injured in Car Accident in Marked Tree, AR

Marked Tree, AR -- November 13, 2020, a car crash on Friday morning killed a young girl and injured 28-year-old Otto Timbs in Marked Tree, Arkansas.

Minor Killed, Otto Timbs Injured in Car Accident in Marked Tree, AR

According to the Arkansas Department of Public Safety, a single-vehicle wreck was found at around 6:23 a.m. at the intersection of Highway 140 and Buel Lane. Officer Logan Hall said a 2013 Ford traveled westbound when the driver allegedly failed to negotiate a curve in the road. The Ford ran off the right side of the road, struck an embankment, then became airborne. The vehicle flew 177 feet before hitting the ground and flipping several times. Two occupants were thrown from the vehicle.

A girl died at the scene. Her body was taken to Delancy Murphy Funeral Home. Medics transported Timbs to Regional One Health Medical Center with unknown injuries. The driver has not been determined, Hall said.


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