• May 25, 2017

Kimberly Schumann Killed, Leah Ensor, Jonathan Sauceda Injured in Boone Co., MO, Accident

Boone County, MO -- May 19, 2017, Kimberly Schumann was killed, Leah Ensor and Jonathan Sauceda injured, as the result of a car accident.

Investigators from the Missouri State Highway Patrol were called to the scene of the accident at around 7:30 a.m. They say it took place near the US Highway 63 and State Highway 124.

Preliminary reports indicated that 21-year-old Schumann was in a vehicle traveling southbound when another vehicle suddenly entered its path. Schumann swerved the vehicle out of the way, sending it into oncoming traffic. As a result, it crashed into an oncoming car.

As a result of the collision, Schumann was fatally injured. Medical responders pronounced her deceased at the scene. The occupants of the oncoming vehicle, 22-year-old Ensor and 23-year-old Sauceda, were taken to University Hospital in Columbia with serious injuries.

Police did not release any additional information regarding the accident. Investigations are ongoing.

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