Thursday, July 3, 2014

One dead, three injured in car-train wreck at Sweet Home

Posted By on Thu, Jul 3, 2014 at 10:30 AM

click to enlarge SCENE OF WRECK: Harper Road crossing. - GOOGLE MAPS
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  • SCENE OF WRECK: Harper Road crossing.
The sheriff's office said one person was killed and three were injured this morning when a Union Pacific train hit a 2012 Chrysler 300 at a crossing at Highway 365 and Harper Road in the Sweet Home area south of Little Rock. The crossing has a warning signal.

The sheriff's office said Floyd May, 9, died in the wreck. Two other children, 11 and 14, were injured, as well as the male driver, Corey Sucedric May, 38, of Sweet Home.


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