• January 13, 2021

Danya Davenport Killed in Single-Vehicle Rollover Accident in Magazine, AR

Magazine, AR -- December 27, 2020, Danya Davenport was killed following an accident where her vehicle crashed off the side of the road.

Investigators with the Arkansas State Police reported that the crash happened at around 8:30 a.m. at the intersection of Elkins Road and Beggs Road.

According to reports, 42-year-old Danya Davenport was driving a vehicle westbound along Elkins Road. Due to a series of events unclear, Davenport's vehicle ran off-road where it overturned off a ledge.

Davenport sustained fatal injuries as a result of the crash. No other injuries were reported. Additional details are currently unavailable.

Commentary Danya Davenport Single-Vehicle Accident Magazine

Danya Davenport Single-Vehicle Accident Magazine AR

With this much time passing since the tragic wreck with little to no additional information released to the public, my main concern is whether or not the victim's loved ones are getting the answers they deserve. It's an all too common occurrence where a family calls our firm because weeks and months go by, yet the authorities don't give them a clear explanation of what really caused their loved one's accident. Sometimes this is due to a lack of proper equipment and training, sometimes it's due to inexperienced officers making mistakes, and there are even times police just assume the driver did something wrong and consider the matter closed. It shouldn't take me telling anyone that families deserve to know the full story. That's why independent investigations are always a prudent step after any serious wreck, and this accident wouldn't likely be the exception to that.

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