• February 02, 2017

Elderly Woman Injured in Jonesboro, AR, Accident on S. Stadium

Jonesboro, AR -- January 31, 2017, an elderly woman was sent to the hospital after an accident on Stadium where she crashed her car into another vehicle.

According to the Jonesboro Police Department, the accident occurred in the afternoon hours of Tuesday in the northbound lanes of Stadium Boulevard.

Initial reports indicate that an elderly woman, identity unspecified, was driving northbound on the roadway in the outside traffic lane. It appears she suffered some sort of medical episode, causing the vehicle to swerve across the center lane and crash into another northbound vehicle. The car then swerved off road, ending up on a roadside patch of grass.

EMS rushed to the scene of the accident, and they were able to transport the woman from the scene to a nearby hospital. Her exact condition is unclear, and reports have not specified if any injuries were the result of the crash.

Authorities have not released any additional information at this time.

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