ASP Trooper Injured In Wrong-Way Crash Released From ICU, Starts Rehab

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CRAWFORD COUNTY (KFSM) — An Arkansas State Police trooper involved in a wrong-way crash  on Interstate 40 has been released from the Intensive Care Unit and is doing well, according to Crawford County Prosecutor Marc McCune.

Trooper Roy was released from the ICU and started rehab on Monday (Aug. 15). He was moved to a chair, where he was able to sit for an hour.

Moomey was involved in a head-on collision on Monday (Aug. 8) with a wrong-way driver near the interchange between Van Buren and Alma, according to ASP. Moomey was taken to Sparks Hospital, where he was put in the Intensive Care Unit after undergoing several surgeries.

McCune also delivered “get well” cards to Moomey, and he said that Moomey was really moved by all the support that he has received.