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Church Mourns Their First Lady and Son Was Killed In A Tragic Car Accident

A Danville school teacher and her son were killed in a crash on Monday evening, according to Arkansas State Police. (Photo: Pexels)<p>{/p}

A Danville school teacher and her son were killed in a crash on Monday evening, according to Arkansas State Police.

A Danville school teacher and her son were killed in a crash on Monday evening, according to Arkansas State Police.

The crash happened on Highway 154 in Danville just after 6 p.m., according to a fatal crash report.

Kayla Morris, 35, of Danville was driving a Toyota east when her vehicle crossed the centerline of the highway and traveled across the westbound traffic lane. The vehicle then went off the north shoulder of the highway.

Morris’s vehicle overcorrected and traveled back onto the westbound traffic lane and was hit by a Dodge truck.

Asking for prayers… Sadly, this evening the Danville First Baptist Church Pastor’s wife and son died in an automobile…

Posted by First Baptist Church of Pottsville on Monday, March 1, 2021

The driver and passengers in the truck were taken to an area hospital for their injuries. Morris and her son were killed in the crash.

On Monday, First Baptist Church of Pottsville posted on their Facebook page, “Asking for prayers. Sadly, this evening the Danville First Baptist Church Pastor’s wife and son died in an automobile accident. Please pray for Pastor Daniel Morris, pray for his daughter, pray for all involved in the accident, pray for all the first responders, pray for the medical staff, pray for the Danville FBC family and pray for the Danville School District family and community. Psalm 61:1-2 Hear my cry, O God; Attend to my prayer. From the end of the earth I will cry to You, When my heart is overwhelmed; Lead me to the rock that is higher than I.”

The Danville Public School District also posted on their Facebook page in response to Morris’s death, saying, “The Danville School District and community are deeply saddened by the tragic loss of teacher Kayla Morris and her son Landry, a DMS student. Kayla and Landry spread joy everywhere they went, and we are a better, stronger community because of their presence in our lives. Please keep their family in your thoughts and prayers as they navigate the coming days and months.”

State police said conditions were clear and dry at the time of the crash.

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