• May 02, 2017

Carla Jeanette Price Killed in Jones County, MS, 18-wheeler Accident

Jones County, MS -- May 1, 2017, Carla Jeanette Price was killed as the result of an accident where her vehicle and an 18-wheeler crashed.

Mississippi State Police have released initial details regarding the fatal collision, which police say occurred in the afternoon hours near the intersection of US Highway 84 and Soso Big Creek Road.

Preliminary police investigations have indicated that the collision involved an SUV driven by 59-yer-old Price. The exact details regarding what caused the accident are still unclear. Authorities say the SUV was off the side of the highway with extensive damage to its passenger side. The 18-wheeler ended up in the median.

Officials reported that Price was fatally injured and died at the scene. The driver of the 18-wheeler was not injured.

No official cause of the accident has been reported, and no charges or citations have been reported either. Police continue their investigations.

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