• September 01, 2022

Edward Horn Killed, Tammy Rhodes Injured in Car Accident in Sevier County, AR

Sevier County, AR -- August 30, 2022, Edward Horn was killed and Tammy Rhodes was injured after a single-vehicle accident.

Initial details released to the public said the crash took place just after noon in the area of Arkansas Highway 41 north of Horatio.

Edward Horn Killed, Tammy Rhodes Injured in Car Accident in Sevier County, AR

Officials indicated that 79-year-old Edward Horn and 51-year-old Tammy Rhodes were in a vehicle which somehow ran off-road. There, the vehicle then hit a tree.

As a result of the crash, Horn sustained fatal injuries. Rhodes went to a hospital with unspecified injuries. At this time, the cause of the crash remains unclear.

Commentary on Edward Horn, Tammy Rhodes Car Accident in Sevier County

When it comes to single vehicle wrecks like this, folks are all too quick to jump to conclusions. Was the driver on their phone? Were they speeding? Were they drunk? As common as those things may be, all kinds of things can cause a serious single-vehicle accident. The problem is authorities often lack the experience and equipment to consider some of the less common factors. That's how important details slip through the cracks. Understanding these possibilities and what to do about them can be crucial for victims and families finding themselves in such an awful situation.


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