Arkansas Woman Injured In Accident With Deer

An Arkansas woman was injured in a single-vehicle accident on I-35 in Daviess County Friday evening.  State Troopers report the crash happened at the 82 mile marker as 33-year-old Jaqueline Ayers of Alma Arkansas was southbound and struck a deer.  Her vehicle ran off the left side of the road.  She was taken to Harrison County Community Hospital for treatment of minor injuries.  She was wearing a safety belt.

3 comments

  • Melinda Holliman

    Glad she’s ok these deers are dangerous while driving on our hwys and roads.

  • There is no “Daviess” County or “Harrison” County in Arkansas.

  • Nancy Norsworthy

    I have been hit by deer on 2 different occasions on the same state highway in chicot county. My car was in the shop for repairs 5 weeks first time due to inability to get necessary parts from Little Rock to Lake Village. Second time took 4 weeks Enterprise rental did not have any cars either time. I had to borrow a ride both times

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