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Bonner Springs, Kansas-

The crash occurred about ten miles west of Kansas City, Kansas, on Tuesday July 11th 2017 at approximately 2:30p.m., in the westbound lanes of I-70, approximately two miles east of a construction zone at the Kansas Turnpike’s Eastern Terminal. The crash closed the highway in both directions for about two hours, according to reports.

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June 5th, at approximately 6:00PM, 25-year-old Asher Kimbrough was riding on the roof of 26-year-old Jacob Gerhard’s 2008 GMC Acadia. Kimbrough fell off of the roof of the Acadia and landed in the roadway. Kimbrough was transported to Moberly Regional Hospital, where he was quickly pronounced deceased.

Being that Jacob Gerhard was operating the vehicle, he was arrested and taken to the Randolph County Jail. According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol’s Arrest Report, Gerhard was charged with a felony DWI- resulting in death of another person, careless and imprudent driving resulting in a crash, as well as possession of less than 10 grams of marijuana.

This incident was investigated by CPL Quinn, #937, and assisted by MSGT Mattingly, #587, SGT Meyers, #1183, Randolph County Sheriff’s department and Randolph County Ambulance.

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Trenton Missouri-

The town of Trenton Missouri is mourning today due to a single car accident that has claimed the lives of four from Trenton, three of them are siblings.

The Missouri State Highway Patrol report states the accident occurred on Highway 190, approximately one half mile west of the Grundy – Daviess County line.

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JEFFERSON CITY, MISSOURI –

Fatalities caused by drivers on Missouri highways have officially hit a 3 year low for the holiday weekend.

According to Missouri State Highway Patrol reports, only three people died in crashes on Missouri roadways this year. In 2015 there were 8 deaths and in 2016 there were 13 deaths on Missouri highways over the same holiday weekend.

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At approximately 9:00 pm on Sunday May 14th, two Bunceton natives were severely injured in an auto accident involving two vehicles on Route F at Old Concord Road.

According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, the collision occurred as a vehicle driven by Nicholas Aterberry, age 30, of Boonville, was traveling north and had neglected to stop at a stop sign. Aterberry’s failure to stop caused him to strike a vehicle heading east that was being driven by Bunceton resident, Terry Luster, age 50, and accompanied by passenger Sheryl Luster, age 48.

Nicholas Aterberry endured moderate injuries while Terry and Sheryl Luster’s injuries were reported as serious.

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April 24th at 5:25 PM, on Highway 291 at the south junction of Route 58, Farren Boley, 59, of Blue Springs, Missouri, was killed in an auto accident while operating his 1994 Harley Davidson.

According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, Boley was traveling northbound, while a 2014 Ford Focus driven by Darrel Baylock, 41, of Chilohowee, merged from the left lane into the path of Mr. Boley.

Mr. Boley’s Harley Davidson then collided with Mr. Baylock’s Ford Focus causing Mr. Boley to be ejected from his motorcycle, which then struck a stopped 1999 Pontiac Sunfire that was traveling west. The Pontiac Sunfire was driven by Liam McElroy, 24, of Peculiar, Missouri.

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Jefferson City Police Department’s Traffic Unit, regarding a motorcycle accident in the 700 block of Clark Avenue in Jefferson City, Missouri.  A report stated two people were involved in a serious motorcycle crash and were lying in the street.

The motorcycle’s driver, Shawn Cochran, 38, was pronounced dead at the scene. The passenger, Morrigan Carpenter, 31, of Columbia, was found conscious but sustained serious injuries. Morrigan Carpenter was transported to the University Hospital in Columbia, then was reported as being flown to Barnes Hospital, in St. Louis.

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This story is not about the 5 million dollar settlement paid in a wrongful death lawsuit. This story is about the truth that was brought to light, surrounding the balcony fall and tragic death of 19 year old Jack Lipp.

Former Libertyville High School basketball star Jack Lipp, a freshman at the University of Missouri in 2014, died at University Hospital after being critically injured, in a fall from a balcony during a party, on December 14th 2014. Jack, the only son of John and Stephanie Lipp, later died on Christmas Day.

Jack Lipp will always be remembered by his friends and family for his kind heart, gentle nature and for his love of family, friends, his sense of humor and his love of life. He led his life as a shining example of how to be a good person everyday. Today, the story that surrounds Jack’s tragic death, and what was learned through the wrongful death lawsuit his parents brought against the property manager and developer, teaches all of us that the precious life of our students, should be protected no matter what the cost.

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Morgan County Missouri-

A fatal crash involving a tractor trailer on Highway 5 has claimed the life of a 62 year old woman from Stover, Missouri.

According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol report, a 2009 Freightliner, driven by David Jantz, 58, of Barnett, reportedly entered the roadway from a private driveway, in front of a southbound vehicle, driven by Forrestine Holmes, 62, of Stover.

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The Missouri State Highway Patrol has now confirmed the fatality from the crash near Wardsville, Missouri this morning, was that of a three year old child.

The Missouri State Highway Patrol had reported one person died after a crash on Route M in Cole County Monday morning, and several others were injured.

The cross-over fatality accident occurred shortly before 6:30 a.m. on Monday January 9th, 2017. According to Sergeant Scott White it occurred on Route M near the Wardsville Lions Club.