Raymond Michael ADAY [Parents] was born on 6 Dec 1969 in Ozark, Franklin, Arkansas. Raymond married (MRIN:8513) Marci C. WILLIAMS.
BIOGRAPHY: Name: Ray M Aday
Also Known As: Raymond Michael Aday
2nd Also Known As Name: Raymond R Aday
Residence Date: 01 Jun 1993
Residence Place: Ozark, Arkansas, United States
Birth Date: 06 Dec 1969
Phone Number: (479) 667-4444
Phone Number Recorded Date: 25 Mar 2008
Address Continued: Ozark, Arkansas 72949
Address Date: 01 Jun 1993
2nd Address: 402 N 24th St
2nd Address Continued: Ozark, Arkansas 72949
2nd Address Date: 11 Feb 1988-25 Mar 2008
3rd Address: 523 PO Box
3rd Address Continued: Ozark, Arkansas 72949
3rd Address Date: 01 Jun 1983-01 Jan 1998
Possible Relatives: Ola Mae Aday, Randall Ralph Aday, Raymond Michael Aday
Record Number: 19486012
Citing this Record:
"United States Public Records Index," index, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/KL5X-TXH : accessed 07 Aug 2013), Ray M Aday, 01 Jun 1993.
Two die in multi-vehicle accident on I-40 in Pope County....
by The Peoples Exchange on KLYR Clarksville, Arkansas on Monday, March 1, 2010 at 5:37pm.
Two died, this morning, in an accident at the 77 mile marker of Interstate-40 in Pope County, which involved three tractor-trailor rigs. State police say a 1997 Kenworth was traveling east on Interstate 40, and a 2010 Freightliner was also traveling east, following the Kenworth. The operator of the Freightliner fell asleep and ran into the Kenworth. This caused the Freightliner to be disabled in the roadway. A 2010 Ford tractor-trailor, also eastbound, then hit the Freightliner and ran off the roadway, overturned, and caught fire. The driver of the Kenworth, 40-year-old Raymond Aday of Ozark, was not injured. Also the driver of the Freightliner, 45-year-old Randall Vire of Clarksville, was not injured. Dead are Debbie Harrell of North Carolina, driver of the Ford...and her passenger, Ramzi Bidas of Louisiana. The accident happened at 6:20 this (Monday) morning.
Publication: Arkansas Democrat-Gazette; Date: 2010 Mar 02; Section: Arkansas
Fiery crash, fatal to two, briefly shuts I-40 section
Blaze forces evacuation of 1 Pope County home
DAVE HUGHES ARKANSAS DEMOCRAT-GAZETTE
RUSSELLVILLE — Two occupants of a tractor-trailer rig died early Monday in a fiery crash that closed Interstate 40 between London and Russellville in Pope County for more than an hour. Arkansas State Police identified the dead as Debbie Harrell, 52, of Shiloh, N.C., and Ramzi Bidas, 40, of Baton Rouge. They were in a 2010 Freightliner tractor-trailer that was hauling vegetables. According to state police, the Freightliner hit a 2010 Ford pickup that was stopped on the interstate after a minor accident about 6:20 a.m. The pickup’s driver, Randall Vire, 45, of Clarksville saw the Freightliner approaching and “jumped from his vehicle and ran away from the initial crash scene,” state police spokesman Bill Sadler said. The Freightliner swerved but struck the pickup, Sadler said. London Fire Chief Charles Heinzen said it appeared the crash occurred in the right-hand lane on a bridge over a portion of Lake Dardanelle. The impact ruptured the passenger-side fuel tank on the Freightliner’s cab, and the tank burst into flames. Heinzen said that after the Freightliner cleared the bridge, it slid down an embankment. The trailer rolled on its side and came to rest about 50 feet from the home of Doug and Dorothy Wheatley. A 1997 Kenworth driven by Raymond Aday, 40, of Ozark that was involved in the initial accident with the pickup had minor damage and wasn’t involved in the second collision, according to state police. Neither Vire nor Aday was injured. The eastbound lanes of the interstate were closed for about an hour. Westbound traffic also was stopped when another tractor-trailer hauling a load of paper products overturned in a roadside ditch about 150 yards east of the fatal accident site. The driver swerved to avoid hitting slowing traffic in front of him, Pope County Sheriff Aaron Duvall said. He said no one was hurt in that accident. Vince Callahan, who lives across U.S. 64 from the Wheatleys, said he was awakened by an explosion and saw the Freightliner’s cab in flames as it slowly rolled down the interstate embankment toward the Wheatley home, which backs up to the interstate. “I heard a noise and came out,” he said. “I saw flames to the tops of the trees, and I was afraid it was going to get the Wheatleys’ house.” Heinzen said it took firefighters about an hour to extinguish the flames. The cab of the Freightliner was destroyed. More than three hours after the tractor trailer crashed, firefighters continued to douse the still smoking trailer. Metal on the burned trailer creaked and groaned as a tow truck slowly dragged the hulk from a thick growth of trees and brush and up the embankment at 10:45 a.m. Doug Wheatley said he believed a large tree stump and limbs from a tree he had cut up and tossed over on the interstate right of way a few years ago stopped the burning tractor-trailer rig from rolling into his yard. He said there was no damage to the home. Wheatley said his wife was unaware of the accident until a Russellville firefighter went to the door and told her to get out of the house quickly, leaving the family dog behind. Duvall said firefighters evacuated the house because they didn’t know what the burning trailer contained. Wheatley said his wife probably did not hear the accident because she was in the part of the house farthest from the accident scene, she had the television on, and the house is equipped with triple-pane glass, which blocks out much of the highway noise. He said his wife had just gotten up and was making coffee when the firefighter came to the door. Wheatley, who left for work at 2 a.m., returned home about 10:30 a.m. and stood in his back yard watching firefighters douse the smoldering trailer. “I hate it for whoever was in there,” he said. Dorothy Wheatley was the only resident forced to leave since no other homes are nearby, her husband said. In addition to the interstate, a portion of U.S. 64 that runs parallel just south of the interstate also was closed near the site of the accident for about an hour.