• March 03, 2017

Jacquelyne Phelps, John Phelps Injured in Harrison, AR, Accident

Harrison, AR -- March 2, 2017, Jacquelyn and John Phelps were injured due to an accident in which their car and another crashed at an intersection.

Investigators from the Harrison Police Department were called to the scene in late afternoon hours. The crash happened at the intersection of Main Street and East Ridge Avenue.

According to preliminary reports, 78-year-old Jacquelyne was driving a Toyota Camry westbound on Ridge Avenue and came to the Main intersection. Police claim she failed to yield as she turned onto Main, putting her vehicle into the path of an oncoming Chevy Silverado. The two vehicles collided.

As a result of the collision, Jacquelyne and her passenger, 78-year-old John Phelps, were taken to North Arkansas Regional Medical Center for treatment. Injuries appeared to be non-life-threatening. No other injuries were reported.

Police did not report any other details regarding the crash.

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