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At least four people died this week in traffic accidents, police said.

A 50-year-old Ozark man died Wednesday when a pickup flipped, the Arkansas State Police said.

Larry Amonette was a passenger in a Dodge Ram 1500 headed west on Wire Road in Ozark when it veered off the road about 3 a.m., a report states. The vehicle rolled three times, troopers said, before hitting a home. According to the state police, Amonette was thrown out and pronounced dead at the scene.

A 68-year-old Centerton man died on Arkansas 112 in Bentonville about 2:30 p.m. Wednesday. Another vehicle, a Ford F550, had turned into a construction area, Benton-ville police said. As the Ford turned, it entered the path of a Honda VT 1300 driven by Dan Keith Farnsworth.

The impact threw Farnsworth from the vehicle, police said.

An 18-year-old motorcyclist died Tuesday after he lost control of the bike and crashed in Pine Bluff, a state police report said. Ethan Cole Traugott of Pine Bluff was riding a Yamaha north around 2:50 p.m. on Arkansas 54 near Camden Cutoff Road when he tried to avoid another vehicle and the motorcycle went down, according to a report.

He was taken to UAMS Medical Center in Little Rock where he died of his injuries around 7 p.m., the report states.

On Monday morning, 24-year-old Maisy Risner died when her Chevrolet hit the rear end of a Ford on Arkansas 119 in Osceola, the state police said. Risner, who was from Osceola, was transported to a hospital but later died.


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