• February 10, 2017

1 Killed, Vanteen Brown, Nathan Brown, 2 Minors Hurt in Faulkner Co, AR, Accident

Faulkner County, AR -- February 8, 2017, one person was killed, Vanteen and Nathan Brown as well as two minors were injured, following a two-car accident.

The Arkansas State Police responded to the two-vehicle accident scene at around 3:50 p.m. near Twin Groves.

Their preliminary accident report states that 78-year-old Vanteen Brown was driving a Chevy southbound on US Highway 65. In front of her, a 1994 GMC reportedly turned out of a driveway onto the road, entering her vehicle's path. The two vehicles crashed into each other as a result.

The driver of the GMC, who police have not identified, was killed at the scene. Vanteen and her three passengers, Nathan Brown and two minors, ages unspecified, were all injured in the crash. They were taken to UAMS and Conway Regional Hospital for treatment.

Authorities did not indicate any particular factors contributing to the accident at this time. Their investigations are ongoing.

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