Fatal Car Accident In Mississippi 2022

Fatal Car Accident in Mississippi 2022

In Mississippi 2022, a fatal car accident has killed one person and injured two others. A Mississippi Highway Patrol team responded to Highway 49 after a crash involving a 2013 Chevrolet Malibu and a parked Peterbilt Semi truck-trailer on the right shoulder. The driver and passenger of the Dodge Charger suffered moderate injuries while the passenger of the Chevrolet Malibu, David L. Singletary, was killed. The Mississippi Highway Patrol is investigating the cause of the crash.

The drivers of both vehicles were wearing seatbelts when the crash occurred. The driver of the truck, Richard Reeves, was 65 years old. The driver of the Honda Accord was Brooklynn Cupit, and they were traveling north on Highway 11. The drivers collided and the Honda hit the truck head-on, causing a crash.

Police say Marcus Flowers, 44, died as a result of the collision. He was driving west when the crash occurred. He collided with a 2020 Dodge Charger. The other driver, Cassie Warbington, was a 74-year-old farmer. The tractor, driven by David Gaddis, was not involved in the accident.

According to the Mississippi Highway Patrol, three people were killed and 46 people were injured in car crashes during Labor Day weekend in 2022. State highway patrol agents reported 143 crashes involving impaired drivers and occupant restraint violations, and issued 10,026 citations. The Highway Patrol also conducted 141 inspections of commercial motor vehicles, which resulted in 45 injuries and three fatalities.

The Mississippi Highway Patrol and local law enforcement officials have reported that several vehicles collided, causing a fatal car accident near Charleston. The accident caused the closure of I-57 from the Illinois-Missouri state line to Interstate 55 in Sikeston. Police and EMS teams from both states have responded to the scene.

The crash involved a pickup truck and a car. In the aftermath, the driver flipped over the bridge and hit a guardrail. She was killed in the crash. The child was in the car. The two drivers were wearing seatbelts and the airbags were deployed during the crash. The crash happened at mile marker 55 on the westbound lanes of the highway. The child was taken to a hospital in Ocean Springs.

NHTSA estimates that the number of fatal car accidents will increase by 2022 compared to 2021. Statistical procedures by NHTSA have already been developed to compile Region estimates. This information allows comparisons of regional estimates to national estimates. In Figure 2, you can see the percentage change in estimated fatalities in the first quarter of 2022 compared to the same quarter in 2021. In all 10 NHTSA regions, the fatality rate is increasing.

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