• Dennis McCaslin

Alma woman killed in early morning Kibler fatal one-car crash


Odalis Ramirez Irvin

According to the Arkansas State Police and Kibler Chief of Police Roger Green, an Alma woman died in the wee hours of Wednesday morning in a one-car accident on Highway 162 inside the Kibler city limits.


According to the Arkansas State Police, 20-year-old Odalis Ramirez Irvin was a passenger in a 2012 Chevrolet driven by 20-year-old Grace Murphy, also of Alma.


The vehicle was approaching the intersection with North Cedar Avenue when it failed to negotiate a right hand turn, exited the roadway and struck a boulder on the driver's side front end.

Ramierez Irwin died at the scene and Murphy was air-lifted from the scene to Washington Regional Medical Center in critical condition.


Shortly after the Arkansas State Police posted the preliminary report on the accident, Green posted the following to his personal face book page:


"Good Morning FB Friends. I am now able to release the names of the two victims in this mornings accident. 20- year -old Odalis Ramirez Irvin. (Passed away at the scene). And 20 year old Grace Murphy (air lifted from the scene) in Critical Condition.


Thank You all for your patience out of respect for their loved ones.


I want to say HUGE THANK YOU to the Arkansas State Police, District 6 and District 7 Fire Departments, and all of the medical techs on the scene.


It was not a easy situation. The Kibler Police Dept sends our thoughts and prayers to both families.


Thanks again Chief Roger Green/ Kibler Police."






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