• May 24, 2017

Shane House Killed, Amanda Medlin Injured in Christian Co., MO, Accident

Christian County, MO -- May 21, 2017, Shane House was Killed, Amanda Medlin injured, due to an accident allegedly caused by an intoxicated driver.

Authorities from the Missouri State Police responded to the accident scene at approximately 4:00 a.m. The crash happened south of Republic along West County Line Road.

Preliminary investigations suggest that 56-year-old Daniel McLeod was driving a vehicle with 25-year-old House, 24-year-old Medlin, and one other person as passengers. For reasons not entirely clear, the vehicle lost control and ran off the roadway. This caused the vehicle to overturn, injuring the occupants.

House was said have been fatally injured in the crash and died at the scene. Medlin was taken to a local hospital in serious condition. The third passenger and McLeod were treated at the scene.

Police determined McLeod was intoxicated at the time of the accident. He currently faces charges relating to driving while intoxicated.

No additional detail are available.

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