Cleo Jones, 64, killed and driver hurt in auto-pedestrian collision on sidewalk of 12th Street in Little Rock, Arkansas
Sidewalk car crash kills LR pedestrian
Cleo Jones, 64, of Little Rock was on the sidewalk near 2100 W. 12th St. when a 2006 Kia driven by Jerry Marshall, 58, of Little Rock left the road and struck him, the report says.
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