Motorcycle Collision With Car on Highway 190 in Bell County Kills Three
A motorcycle accident on Highway 190, involving another vehicle, claimed the lives of three people, early Sunday morning when a passenger vehicle failed to yield the right of way.
Police identified the driver of the Acura involved in the accident as 44-year-old Ranie Comeau, a resident of Rogers. Comeau was pronounced dead at the scene of the collision. Little River resident, 18-year-old Lanie Watts, a student at Little River Academy High School, was also pronounced dead at the scene of themotorcycle accident in Bell County.
The motorcyclist involved in the Bell County accident was identified as 38-year-old Samuel Overstreet. Overstreet was also pronounced dead at the scene of the accident on Highway 190.
According to reports by officials, the accident took place near the intersection of 190 and Pritchard Road, where Comeau, reportedly, failed to yield the right of way to the motorcyclist at the intersection’s stop sign.
Overstreet, who was riding a 2005 Suzuki motorcycle, smashed into the side of the Acura as a result, police said.
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