Abigail Cox Death, Obituary – A head-on accident in the northwest corner of Arkansas claimed the lives of three persons, including a resident of Fishers who was 20 years old. According to a report from the Arkansas Department of Public Safety, a collision that took place in Carroll County at 9:30 a.m. on Wednesday involved a student from Purdue University named Abigail Cox who was a passenger in the vehicle.
On the highway 62 exit for County Road 902 close to Branson, Missouri, Cox and four other persons were traveling in a 2015 Chevrolet pickup when it was hit by an SUV that had veered into the oncoming traffic lane. The accident occurred near Branson. According to the investigation, Michael Weiss, 46, who was driving the 2020 Chevrolet Equinox, and his wife Amy Weiss, 44, both perished in the collision.
Caleb Crow, who was driving the truck, was hurt, as were three passengers: Joshua Case, 19, Tiki Braner, 19, both of Texas; and Joel Tibbits, 18, of North Carolina. Crow was from Arkansas, while the other two passengers were from Texas and North Carolina. According to the report that was filed by the state police, the road was dry and there was no precipitation in the air at the time of the accident.
According to Tim Doty, Senior Director of Media and Public Relations at Purdue University, Cox was a junior in the Mitchell E. Daniels Jr School of Business in West Lafayette. According to the information provided on her LinkedIn page, Cox was a member of the Zeta Tau Alpha fraternity and intended to get her master’s degree in human resource management.
According to Abby Brown, a school spokeswoman, Cox received his diploma from Hamilton Southeastern High in the year 2021. According to the information that can be found on her LinkedIn page, she was a member of the varsity swim and lacrosse teams, as well as the president of the Blue Crew spirit leadership team and a member of the National Honors Society.