• January 09, 2017

Dan Redden Killed in Jonesboro, AR, Pedestrian Accident

Jonesboro, AR -- December 21, 2016, Dan Redden suffered serious injuries following an accident where he was hit by a car while crossing the road.

According to reports given by the Jonesboro Police Department, at around noon, 57-year-old Redden was on the center median of Red Wolf Boulevard between the intersections of Apache Drive and Race Street.

Redden reportedly attempted to cross traffic lanes, entering the path of an oncoming Toyota Camry. The car struck him in the roadway, inflicting serious injuries.

Following the collision, emergency services came to the scene to render aid. Redden was transported to St. Bernard's Medical Center via helicopter. His exact condition was not specified.

The driver of the Toyota, Mark Smith, does not currently face charges. Police have administered a blood test, the results of which were not reported.

Investigations are ongoing.

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