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Two Killed in Accident Involving Semi-Truck on Highway 65

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The Missouri State Highway Patrol responded to a fatality accident last night (March 6) after a semi-truck struck a vehicle head-on.

According to the accident report, 67-year-old Eldon Coleman of Sedalia was traveling eastbound when the 2005 Nissan he was driving became disabled in the southbound lanes of US-65 due to a prior accident. A southbound 200 Freightliner struck Coleman’s vehicle head on.

Both Coleman and a passenger, 43-year-old Melissa Coleman of Sedalia, were pronounced dead on the scene and transported to the Boone County Medical Examiner’s Office. No injuries were reported for the driver of the truck.

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