• February 01, 2017

2 Killed, 2 Injured in Little Rock, AR, Accident on Financial Centre

Little Rock, AR -- January 30, 2017, two died, two injured, after an accident where a wrong-way driver on Financial Centre Parkway led to a crash.

Little Rock emergency personnel were called to the accident scene at around 8:30 p.m. It occurred on a westbound, one-way ramp at the I-630 interchange.

According to preliminary investigations, a Dodge Ram pickup, carrying a man, a woman, and a 4-year-old, somehow entered the westbound ramp going the wrong direction. Ahead of it was a Nissan Cube that had just exited I-630. Neither driver could stop in time as they approached each other, and they crashed head-on.

As a result of the collision, the Nissan caught fire. Both the driver of the pickup, the man, and the driver of the Nissan, a woman, were killed at the scene. The woman and child from the Dodge were both taken over to a nearby hospital for treatment of unspecified injuries. Their conditions were said to be stable.

No identities have been released at this time, and factors surrounding the accident have not yet been determined. Police continue their investigations.

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