• March 01, 2017

Georgia Prater Killed, Lillie Lott, Marcus Nealy Injured in Marianna, AR, Accident

Marianna, AR -- February 28, 2017, Georgia Prater was killed, Lillie Lott and Marcus Nealy, due to an accident where two cars crashed head-on.

The Arkansas State Police released a preliminary accident report. They say it happened around 12:56 p.m. along State Highway 1.

The police report states that 74-year-old Lillie Lot was driving northbound on the Highway in a Dodge Ram. 66-year-old Prater was her passenger. In the opposite lanes, 25-year-old Nealy was driving a Dodge Charger.

According to the report, the Charger crossed over the center traffic line, resulting in a head-on collision with the pickup. As a result, Prater suffered fatal injuries and died. Both Nealy and Lott were injured in the crash, and EMS transported them to Regional One in Memphis, TN.

Authorities did not report a particular cause for the accident nor whether or not charges were being considered. Investigations are still ongoing.

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