MANSFIELD, Ark. — Arkansas State Police say a Missouri woman was killed in a head-on collision in western Arkansas. A state police report says 59-year-old Jeanette Lawson of Windsor, Missouri, died in the crash on Saturday in Scott County. The report says Lawson was a passenger in a southbound vehicle on U.S. Highway 71 when it collided with a northbound vehicle in the southbound lane.
The drivers of both vehicles were injured and taken to a Fort Smith hospital in undisclosed conditions.
A two-vehicle crash in Scott County killed a Missouri woman and injured two others Saturday morning, according to a state police report. A passenger in the Honda, Jeanette Lawson, 59, of Windsor, Mo., was killed in the crash.
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When someone has been injured in a car crash, it's hard to know what to do to help. Injured people need appropriate medial treatment, but they also need to have thier civil and legal rights protected.
After a serious crash, several steps need to be taken, including dealing with the insurance companies, tracking and documenting lost income from missed work, coordinating medical bill payments, and handling an insurance claim.