AR Man Bernard Edwards III ID’d As Victim In Sunday De Queen Double-Fatal Crash Involving Minor Driver

SEVIER COUNTY, AR. (THECOUNT) — Bernard Edwards III, of Nashville, Arkansas, has been identified as the victim in a Sunday double-fatal crash involving a minor driver in Sevier County.

Edwards, 22, was killed along with an unnamed minor near De Queen on Sunday.

According to reports, Edwards was traveling as a passenger in a Honda Civic, operated by a minor, on State Highway 41 in De Queen, when for unknown reasons, the Honda crossed centerlines and into opposing traffic around 6 a.m. Sunday. The Honda then came into contact with a Chevy Silverado.

The minor and Edwards were both pronounced dead of blunt force trauma injuries.

A passenger in the minor’s vehicle, Quentin Witherspoon, 22, of Fulton, Arkansas, suffered unknown injuries in the collision and was transported to an area hospital.

No one inside the Chevy injured.

The cause of the crash remains under investigation.


Geo quick facts: Sevier County is a county located in the U.S. state of Arkansas. As of the 2010 census, the population was 17,058. The county seat is De Queen. Sevier County is Arkansas’s 16th county, formed on October 17, 1828, and named for Ambrose Sevier, U.S. Senator from Arkansas. It is an alcohol prohibition or dry county – Wikipedia.

NJ Woman Kimberley Stoll ID’d As Victim In Hawthorne Double-Fatal “KC Checke” Motorcycle Crash

HAWTHORNE, NJ. (THECOUNT) — Hawthorne woman, Kimberely Stoll, has been identified as the victim killed following a crash that also killed the owner of KC’s Kustom Exhaust and Auto Service, Kasey “KC” Checke.

Stoll, 57, was a passenger riding with Checke late Saturday when the fatal crash occurred near Wells Fargo Bank, Lafayette Avenue, Hawthorne, NJ. A close friend told local media Stoll, “suffered head trauma and never regained consciousness.”

Stoll was on the back of the 2008 Harley Davidson that collided with a 2017 Jeep Wrangler in front of the Wells Fargo Bank on Lafayette Avenue around 9:45 p.m. Saturday. The crash killed 49-year-old Kasey “KC” Checke, the owner-operator of KC’s Kustom Exhaust and Auto Service on Franklin Turnpike in Ramsey. Continue reading

Double Rainbow Sighting in L.A.

A double rainbow is visible above Los Angeles as a passenger jet lands at Los Angeles International Airport after powerful rainstorms passed through Southern California in on December 22, 2010 in Los Angeles, California. Forecasters expect more rain across the state, and in Southern California a monster storm was expected to bring torrential rain, thunderstorms, flooding, hail and possible tornadoes and water spouts.