Crittenden County, AR — January 11, 2018, Michael Evans was killed following an accident in which two vehicles collided on the highway.
Officials from the Arkansas State Police reported that the accident happened at around 3:00 p.m. a few miles outside of Marion.
Investigators say that 65-year-old Evans was eastbound on US Highway 64 in a Chevy Silverado. Police claim that the pickup lost control and veered over the center line. As a result, it collided head-on with a westbound Lexus.
As a result of the collision, Evans succumbed to fatal injuries. Police didn’t say if anyone else was hurt in the crash.
The report says it was raining at the time, but it’s unclear if this contributed to the crash. Investigations are ongoing.
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