MOSS POINT, Miss.--Several Mississippians died in wrecks over the weekend. The latest was Sunday when 46-year-old Regis Crawford of Moss Point was ejected from his 2006 Homda Accord in a head on as he turned onto Hwy. 90.
In George County 51-year-old Herman Ray Harvard and 37-year-old Jonathan Ford, both of George County, died Friday evening in a head-on wreck. The wreck is till being investigated, but authorities believe speed may have been a factor and that one of the vehicles was driving on the wrong side of the road going into a curve, according to WLOX.
In Noxubee County 32-year-old Kimberly Wells died friday afternoon in a head-on wreck on Hwy. 388. Her Toyota Camry hit a Dodge Charger driven by 21-year-old Frederick Tate. Wells died at the scene. Tate was taken to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries, according to WCBI.
In Tippah County 20-year-old Samuel Edge died Saturday morning when his car ran off the right side of the road, hit a tree and then an 18-wheeler parked at a house. He was not wearing his seat belt, according to the Miss. Hwy. Patrol.
In Hazlehurst Edith Teasley was killed about 1 p.m. Saturday when a car driven by her husband collided with an 18-wheeler on the I-55 on ramp.
Another wreck in Copiah County killed 24-year-old John Horton, Jr. when the Dodge truck he was riding in hit a Lincoln Town Car from behind on I-55 south. The Lincoln flipped, but no one was hurt. Both people in the truck were ejected and Horton died at the scene.