MALVERN, AR. (THECOUNT) — Meghan Lin Frazier, of Hallsville, Texas, has been identified as the victim in a fatal vehicle crash in Malvern, Arkansas Thursday afternoon.

Frazier, 20, was killed after involved in a two-vehicle crash Thursday afternoon on Interstate 30 in Malvern.


According to reports, Frazier was operating a Jeep on I-30 near Malvern around 1:30 Thursday, when the vehicle came into contact with an International semi-tractor.

A juvenile male, a passenger in the vehicle, was also injured, according to Arkansas State Police.

The driver of the truck changed lanes and began slowing for traffic ahead, when Frazier’s vehicle rear ended the truck, reports Malvern-Online.

The truck traveled through the other lane of the road and came to rest south of the roadway, according to the report.

The condition of the juvenile was not provided by officials.

Friends and family member took to Facebook to remember the beloved young woman:

According to records, Frasier was originally from Tyler, Texas.

The cause of the crash remains under investigation.


Geo quick facts: Malvern is a city in and the county seat of Hot Spring County, Arkansas, United States. Founded as a railroad stop at the eastern edge of the Ouachita Mountains, the community’s history and economy have been tied to available agricultural and mineral resources – Wikipedia.