FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. (KNWA) — UPDATE (Jan. 12.): Search crews have located the body of a missing Fayetteville woman after a car wreck in Texas.
According to the Sherman Police Department, Sarah Nuessner’s body was found several miles downstream of where the crash occurred in Post Oak Creek.
“We want to thank everyone who has graciously donated items to aid the search efforts, but as this incident draws to a close, we are no longer in need of additional donations,” the Facebook post says.
“It’s truly horrible and shocking. Everyone is still just blown away & torn up. Evan & Sarah were truly fun, adventurous, kind, enjoyable people. They were constantly going to music festivals & on road trips. He’d just let us know Friday before they left that he was moving to Dallas with Sarah in Feb & was driving down after work that night to get started on his new job Saturday morning. Was planning on training for the weekend, then returning home. There are a million pics of those two on FB. They were great at documenting their adventures. I truly am blessed to have had the opportunity to minister their wedding back in October. I can’t believe their already gone. You’re going to find lots of pics of them smiling wide, which was what they both did constantly. Bright, wonderful souls,” Grey said.Chris Grey, Manager of Bocca in Fayetteville
UPDATE: Sherman police will resume the search for a missing Fayetteville woman on Sunday, January 12, at 7:30 a.m.
A Fayetteville man was found dead Saturday, Jan. 11, in a Texas car wreck, and a woman is missing from the scene, according to Sherman police.
Evan Nuessner was found dead in a crashed sport-utility vehicle. He was traveling from Fayetteville, Arkansas, to McKinney, Texas, with Sarah Nuessner, police said. Sarah Nuessner wasn’t found when police at the site. A large-scale recovery effort is underway to find her.
Around 11 a.m., the Sherman Police Department received a call of a crashed vehicle located in the culvert in the 500 block of North Sam Rayburn Freeway.
“Upon arrival, it was determined the vehicle located in the culvert was the same vehicle officers were searching for the previous night,” said police spokesman Sgt. Brett Mullen in a written statement. “One deceased male, Evan Nuessner, was located inside the vehicle.”
The Nuessners were recently married, according to their wedding registry found online.
The cause of the crash is under investigation.