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Fatality Accident Reported in Benton County Over the Weekend

On Saturday afternoon (Oct. 19), the Missouri State highway Patrol reported a two-vehicle fatality accident on Missouri Highway 7 at Route “DD” in Benton County. The accident reportedly occurred as the 2007 Mercury Montego driven by 79-year-old Preston Duckworth of Edwards attempted to make a left turn onto Route “DD”, and pulled into the path of a 1995 Chevrolet pickup driven by 56-year-old James Barnes of Warsaw.

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Fatal Crash Involving School Bus Kills Two People in Warrensburg

Two people were killed in a fatal crash on Tuesday afternoon (Oct. 15) in Warrensburg after a van struck a school bus about two miles west of the intersection of Highway 50 and Missouri Highway 13 at 271st Street Road.

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Fatal Motorcycle Accident Reported in Lafayette County

According to a Missouri State Highway Patrol accident report, a 54-year-old Lexington man suffered fatal injuries in a two-vehicle accident on US-24 Highway and Missouri Highway 131 at 7:30 p.m. last Saturday night (Oct. 12).

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Fatal Tractor Accident Reported in Lafayette County

Around 3:30 Tuesday afternoon (Oct. 1), the Missouri State Highway Patrol and the Lafayette County Sheriff’s Office reported a fatality accident at 3548 Crabtree Lane in Odessa.

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Car Accident in Pettis County Kills Two People

A two-person fatality accident that occurred on Main Street east of Quisenberry Road in Pettis County at 5:41 p.m yesterday afternoon (Sept. 4). The accident occurred as 33-year-old Eric Evans was driving at a high rate of speed and crested a hill. The vehicle then traveled off the left side of the roadway and struck a utility pole. The vehicle overturned several times, before striking another utility pole and coming to a rest.

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Hit-And-Run Accident Kills Two on U.S. 50 Near Warrensburg

A hit-and-run accident near Warrensburg has resulted in two deaths and serious injuries for two others after a vehicle was struck from behind on U.S. 50.

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MoDOT Worker Killed Providing Traffic Control on I-70

The Missouri Department of Transportion (MoDOT) announced that a Missouri Department of Transportation Kansas City District Motorist Assist Operator was killed in the line of duty early this morning (September 21).  50-year-old Clifton J. Scott was providing traffic control assistance at an Interstate 70/470 crash site when he was struck by a motorist.

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Train Fatality

Early Morning Train Fatality in Sedalia, Reported as Suicide [PHOTOS]

Police responded to a call from Union Pacific Railroad of a woman who had been hit by a train early this morning (July 20) on Sedalia's east side near 4th and Garfield.  Witnesses say that the woman stood in front of the train intentionally.

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