• May 24, 2023

Terrance Allen Killed, Corey Lewis Injured in Truck Accident in Malvern, AR

Hot Spring County, AR — May 24, 2023, Terrance Allen was killed and Corey Lewis was injured following a truck accident at around 4:01 a.m. along I-30.

Preliminary information about the fatal crash was released by the Arkansas Department of Public Safety.

Terrance Allen Killed, Corey Lewis Injured in Truck Accident in Malvern, AR

Their statements say that 21-year-old Terrance Allen and 21-year-old Corey Lewis were both in a Toyota Prius that was said to be going eastbound along the interstate near mile marker 96. While traveling along the interstate, the Prius came to a stop for unspecified reasons. After doing so, it appears that a truck crashed into the back of the Prius. This sent both vehicles off the side of the road.

As a result of the collision, Allen sustained fatal injuries. Lewis was taken to an area hospital. No other injuries were confirmed. At this time, it's unclear whether the Prius came to a stop due to traffic, mechanical issues, or some other factor. Additional details are pending further investigations.



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