• January 04, 2017

Britany C. Shaver Killed in Dunklin Co., MO Truck Accident

Dunklin County, MO -- A collision between a passenger vehicle and a semi-truck left 36-year-old Britany C. Shaver dead in Dunklin Co., MO Tuesday, January 3, 2017.

Mrs. Shaver's vehicle was reportedly on U.S. Highway 412 near Highway 108 when the incident took place.

It is alleged that Mrs. Shaver's vehicle, for reasons not yet clear, crossed the center of the roadway, colliding with a tractor-trailer. Mrs. Shaver was killed at the scene of the incident. The report made no mention if the driver of the truck, Danny Scoggins, was injured in the incident.

Authorities were still in the process of determining the cause of the collision at the time of the report.

The preliminary media report left no more details regarding the deadly crash.


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