• March 06, 2017

Anthony Poyner Killed, James Memohon, Janet Newman Injured in Baxter Co., AR, Accident

Baxter County, AR -- March 4, 2017, Anthony Poyner was killed, James Memohon and Janet Newman injured, after a multi-vehicle accident.

Investigators from the Arkansas State Police released early details concerning the fatal crash. They say that it happened around 12:40 p.m. along US Highway 412/62 near the town of Mountain Home.

According to the preliminary accident report, 30-year-old Poyner was traveling eastbound in Buick. For reasons that aren't clear, the vehicle lost control and veered over the center traffic line. The car crossed paths with an oncoming Ford, driven by 83-year-old Memohon, and a westbound Chrysler, driven by 80-year-old Newman. All three vehicles crashed.

Due to the severity of the collision, Poyner suffered fatal injuries. It's unclear if he died at the scene or later on in a hospital. Both Memohon and Newman were taken to Baxter Regional Hospital for treatment of unspecified injuries.

No particular cause for the accident has been suggested at this time. Authorities continue their investigations.

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