NPSO: ARKANSAS WOMAN INJURED IN SINGLE-VEHICLE CRASH ON I-49 SOUTH OF CLOUTIERVILLE

CLOUTIERVILLE-An Arkansas woman suffered non-life threatening injuries in a single-vehicle crash on I-49 south of Cloutierville on Tuesday evening according to the Natchitoches Parish Sheriff’s Office.

On Tuesday evening February 2 at approximately 9:30pm, Deputies assigned to the NPSO Patrol Division, Louisiana State Police, Natchitoches Parish Fire Protection District #1, and Natchitoches Regional Medical Center EMS responded to 911 reports of a single-vehicle crash on Interstate-49 near milepost #116 south of Clouterville.

911 callers reported observing the vehicle appearing to go airborne as it left the roadway traveling into some trees.

EMS arrived on scene finding the vehicle well off the roadway and having a difficult time reaching the crash.

Additional units arrived on scene to assist.

Deputies say 50-year-old Donna Jordan of Bonanza, Arkansas operating a 2011 Ford Fusion was traveling southbound on I-49 near milepost# 116 when she left the roadway on the right side for reasons under investigation traveling down an embankment then through a fence striking several trees coming to a rest well of the roadway.

Jordan was transported from the scene by EMS to an Alexandria hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

The crash was investigated by Troopers assigned to LSP Troop-E Alexandria.