Zac Slusher Bentonville AR, The Witching Hour Food Truck owner and comedian died in car accident

The Witching Hour Food Truck owner Zac Slusher passed away in tragic automobile crash. Learn more about Zac Slusher death and obituary...

Zac Slusher Death – A man has died following a deadly car accident that happened this past weekend. The victim has been identified as Zac Slusher, a longtime resident of Bentonville, Arkansas. According to reports, The Witching Hour Food Truck owner and comedian Zac Slusher passed away from injuries sustained in the automobile crash.

No further information was mentioned. The details surrounding the accident were not stated. Thoughts and prayers are with his friends, family and community during this difficult time.

Zac Slusher Bentonville AR, The Witching Hour Food Truck owner and comedian died in car accident

Who was Zac Slusher?

Zac Slusher, a true trailblazer, has left an indelible mark on the creative community. As the founder of one of NWA’s culinary gems, The Witching Hour Food Trailer, he carved a unique presence in the culinary world.

Additionally, he played a crucial role as one of the architects behind the local comedy scene, enriching the lives of countless goofballs like myself with laughter and joy. Beyond his creative endeavors, Zac was also a remarkably talented chef, showcasing his culinary brilliance. His legacy will forever resonate in the hearts of those he touched through his creativity, humor, and culinary artistry.

The family will release an obituary and funeral arrangements for Zac Slusher.

Related story: Three died in head-on crash in Bentonville

On March 29, a tragic head-on collision occurred on N. Walton Boulevard in Bentonville, resulting in the loss of three lives and injuring three others. The accident involved multiple vehicles. According to the accident report, the incident took place around 3:51 p.m. when a 2016 Chrysler Town and Country, driven by Sammy Tucker, 63, from Fordyce, was travelling north in the inside lane on N. Walton Boulevard near Oakwood Avenue.

The car had two passengers: Lisa Tucker, 61, and Norma Castleberry, 85, both also from Fordyce, along with a juvenile. At the same time, a 2015 Chevrolet Suburban, driven by another juvenile, was heading south on N. Walton Boulevard. Unfortunately, the Suburban veered into the northbound inside lane, resulting in a head-on collision with Sammy Tucker’s vehicle.

As a consequence of the initial collision, a 2005 Ford Escape, driven by yet another juvenile, which was also travelling north in the outside lane, couldn’t stop in time and rear-ended the Suburban.

Tragically, Sammy and Lisa Tucker, as well as Norma Castleberry, lost their lives in the crash. Their bodies have been taken to the Benton County Coroner’s Office.

The juvenile passenger in the Town and Country, along with the two juveniles driving the Suburban and Escape, sustained injuries and were transported to Mercy Hospital in Rogers for medical attention. According to the accident report, the weather was clear, and the road conditions were good at the time of the collision.

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