• January 04, 2017

Sebastian Sneed Killed, Joshua M. Keller & 6-Year-Old Boy Hurt in Columbia, MO

Columbia, MO -- An alleged alcohol related collision claimed the life of 39-year-old Sebastian Sneed and left Joshua M. Keller and an unidentified 6-year-old boy with injuries in Columbia, MO.

The two-vehicle collision occurred in the area of Business Loop 70 East about 8:42 p.m.

Officials say they arrived at the scene of the crash to find one car rolled onto its roof in a ditch. The second vehicle was reportedly facing eastbound on I-70. The report claims the deceased victim, Mr. Sneed was one of two occupants in the rolled over vehicle. A six-year-old boy, reportedly a relative of the deceased victim, was transported to a nearby hospital with minor injuries. Mr. Sneed was killed at the scene of the incident.

The cause of the incident had yet to be determined.

Officials say the driver of one of the vehicles, Joshua M. Keller, was intoxicated at the time of the crash. He was treated and released from a nearby hospital, and was promptly arrested on charges related to the crash.

The official investigation is currently underway.

The report left no more information regarding the crash.


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