• May 17, 2017

Shawn Leverich Killed, Timothy Intessimone Injured in Rogers, AR, Accident

Rogers, AR -- May 16, 2017, Shawn Leverich was killed and Timothy Intessimone was injured following an accident between a tractor and a motorcycle.

The Arkansas State Police indicated that the fatal accident occurred just after 1:00 p.m. along Pleasant Ridge Road east of town.

According to police investigations, 38-year-old Leverich was driving along westbound Pleasant Ridge on a Honda motorcycle. In the opposite lanes was 58-year-oldf Intessimone riding on a New Holland tractor. For reasons which aren't entirely clear, the two vehicles crossed paths on a curve in the roadway and collided, ejecting Leverich onto the roadway.

As a result of the collision, Leverich was fatally injured. It's unclear if he died at the scene or at a hospital. Intessimone was taken to Northwest Medical Center for treatment.

Police did not indicate what factors may have contributed to the crash. Police investigations are ongoing.

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