According to Missouri State Patrol, a 77-year-old was killed after being involved in train accident in Camden County.
The accident occurred as the woman was trying to cross the railroad tracks near Route T when she was struck by the freight train. Officials were called to the scene at 9 a.m. and the woman was pronounced dead at the scene at 10 p.m. The accident is still under investigation at this time.
Railroad accidents can cause serious injury to anyone involved, our thoughts are with the friends and family of the victim during this difficult time.
A 37-year-old male semi-truck driver has been charged after being involved in an accident that took the lives of three people.
The accident occurred on Highway 67 , north of Bonne Terre when a passenger car slowed down on the roadway and the semi-truck crashed into the back of it. The semi-truck pushed the vehicle several hundred feet off of the road.
There were three people in the car at the time, and one of them was four months pregnant. They were all killed as a result of the accident. The driver was charged with three counts of second-degree involuntary manslaughter.
Our condolences are with the friends and family of the victims.
A Missouri-based horse feed manufacturer has announced the voluntary recall after it could contain medication that could be fatal to horses.
The horse feed was distributed in California, Nevada and Oregon by Manna Pro Products. The recalled product is called Family Farm Complete Horse 10 horse feed with a lot number of 1006.
It was found that the product may contain potentially dangerous level of Rumensin. The feed was distributed for two weeks in the month of January. The company has urged customers to stop using the product.
If you or your animal has become ill after consuming a defective food product, contact the Springfield product liability lawyers of Strong, Garner, Bauer by calling 417-887-4300 today.
A mother has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against First Student Inc., a bus company, after a bus driver struck and killed her teenager.
The northwest Missouri bus driver plead guilty to careless and imprudent driving after the accident. The driver admitted to failing to yield to a right-of-way at a crosswalk and striking the 16-year-old.
The teenager was later pronounced dead at the hospital. For the misdemeanor plea, the bus driver received two years probation, 15 days of shock detention, and 200 hours of community service.
Our thoughts are with the friends and family of the victim in the accident.