• June 06, 2017

Wesley Barnett Injured in Harrison, AR, Motorcycle Accident

Harrison, AR -- June 4, 2017, Wesley Barnett was injured as the result of an accident where his motorcycle and a vehicle collided on the highway.

Authorities from the Arkansas State Police responded to the accident scene in the northern part of Harrison along US Highway 65.

Preliminary accident reports indicate that 50-year-old Barnett was riding a motorcycle along northbound US 65 when he went into the left turn lane. He attempted to turn into the parking lot of the Harrison Arkansas Welcome Center. As he did so, he crossed paths with an oncoming Ford F-150 and a Ford Escape. The pickup stopped in time, but the Ford Escape crashed into the motorcycle.

Barnett had incapacitating injuries but was responsive when emergency services came to the scene. They transported him to North Arkansas Regional Medical Center. No other injuries occurred.

No charges or citations were reported following the incident. No additional details are available.

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