• May 22, 2017

Kimberly Warren Killed in Alexander, AR, Pedestrian Accident

Alexander, AR -- May 19, 2017, Kimberly Warren was killed following an accident in which she was struck by two vehicles on the highway.

The Arkansas State Police released preliminary details surrounding the fatal incident. They indicated that the accident happened at around 11:47 p.m. in the westbound lanes of I-30.

Near the intersection of Alexander Road, 55-year-old Warren was walking along the interstate. She reportedly attempted to cross traffic lanes, crossing paths with oncoming traffic in the process. A 2016 Volvo and a 2013 Chevy were not able to stop in time, and both vehicles struck Warren in the roadway.

Warren was said to have died at the scene from her injuries. It's unclear at this time if any particular factors contributed to the accident. Investigations are ongoing.

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