• January 19, 2017

Shanice Williams-Quinton Killed in St. Louis, MO, Car Accident

St. Louis, MO -- January 16, 2017, Shanice Williams-Quinton was killed due to an accident where the car in which she was riding crashed with another car.

According to St. Louis authorities, the two-vehicle crash occurred near the intersection of San Francisco Avenue and Shreve Avenue at around 9:00 p.m.

According to their reports, 23-year-old Williams-Quinton was a passenger in a Mitsubishi Eclipse. Police claim that the Eclipse crossed over the center traffic line, putting it into the path of an oncoming Dodge Neon.

The two vehicles collided head-on. As a result, Williams-Quinton suffered fatal injuries and died after being taken to a hospital. The driver of her vehicle suffered critical injuries and was treated at a nearby hospital. Two other people refused treatment at the scene.

Authorities did not report any charges or citations resulting from the collision. They say the crash remains under investigation.

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