• January 24, 2017

Timmy Ward Dead, Heather Angnabooguk Injured in Crawford County, AR, Accident

Crawford County, AR -- January 23, 2017, Timmy Ward was killed, Heather Angnabooguk injured, following an accident between an SUV and a motorcycle.

The Arkansas State Police responded to the accident scene at around 4:00 p.m. at the intersection of Highway 162 and Shibley Road.

According to the preliminary accident report, 57-year-old Ward was driving a Kawasaki motorcycle westbound on Highway 162. Ahead of him, in eastbound lanes, was a Chevy Tahoe being driven by 39-year-old Angnabooguk.

The police report states that the Chevy attempted a left turn onto Shibley Road, entering the path of Ward's motorcycle. The motorcycle crashed into the side of the pickup, ejecting Ward onto the roadway.

As a result of the collision, Ward died from his injuries. Angnabooguk suffered unspecified injuries and was taken to Sparks Van Buren Hospital.

At this time, authorities have not reported any citations or charges relating to the accident. Their investigations continue.

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