• January 25, 2017

Brianna Pollard Killed, Tracy McAfee Injured in House Springs, MO, Accident

House Springs, MO -- January 20, 2017, Brianna Pollard was killed, Tracy McAfee Injured, following an accident in which two cars collided on the highway.

According to Jefferson County authorities, 22-year-old Kristin Eberhardt was driving a Kia Rio down Highway 30near the intersection of Indian Springs Road. 19-year-old Pollard was her passenger.

Police say that as the Kia was traveling down the highway, it crossed paths with an oncoming Jeep Wrangler. As a result, the two vehicles collided into each other at high speeds.

Following the collision, Pollard suffered critical injuries and was pronounced dead at the scene. Eberhardt and the driver of the Jeep, 44-year-old McAfee, were both taken to a nearby hospital with serious injuries.

Authorities claim that Eberhardt was intoxicated at the time of the crash. She currently faces charges of driving while intoxicated, felony assault, and possession of a controlled substance. These charges and the crash are still under investigation.

No further details are currently available.

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