BRYANT, AR — A rear end accident killed one man and sent another to the hospital in Bryant, Arkansas on Thursday, February 6th, 2014, according to a release from Arkansas Online.
Police working with local accident investigation teams have reason to believe 53-year-old Jeffery Tudor was hurt when the van he was driving was struck from the rear by a pickup truck while driving on Interstate 30.
Scene of the Accident
According to the news report, Jeffrey Tudor was taken by EMS personnel to a nearby hospital for the treatment of injuries he sustained in the accident.
The driver of the pickup truck was identified in the report as Richard Bredenstein, who was killed in the accident.
Officials hope any eyewitnesses that have not yet come forward will do so in an effort to aid investigators in better understanding the events surrounding the fatal accident.
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