“64-year-old Melinda Redmond of Gentry, Arkansas Killed in Fatal Crash in Butler County”

By | July 17, 2023



On Saturday afternoon, a fatal crash occurred in Butler County, Kansas, resulting in the death of a 64-year-old driver from Arkansas. The incident took place at the intersection of NW 150th Street and NW River Valley Road near Burns.

According to the Butler County sheriff’s deputies, a Nissan traveling southbound on NW River Valley Road failed to stop at a stop sign at NW 150th Street. As a result, it collided with an eastbound Chevy SUV.

The driver of the Nissan, identified as Melinda Redmond from Gentry, Arkansas, tragically lost her life at the scene of the accident. The SUV driver, a 63-year-old woman from Cunningham, sustained serious injuries but they are not life-threatening.

The crash site can be located using the embedded Google Maps image. This intersection is now marked by a tragic incident that serves as a reminder of the importance of obeying traffic rules and signs. Failure to stop at a stop sign can have severe consequences, leading to accidents and loss of life.

As the investigation into the incident continues, it is crucial for drivers to remain vigilant and cautious while on the road. Adhering to traffic regulations, including stopping at stop signs, is vital for ensuring the safety of everyone on the road.

Our thoughts go out to the family and friends of Melinda Redmond during this difficult time. Losing a loved one in a car accident is a tragic event, and it serves as a reminder for all drivers to prioritize safety and responsible driving at all times..