Accidents

Semi truck driver from Harrison killed in crash


Woman killed after being ejected from her motorcycle in Texas County


1 dead in single motorcycle crash in Barry County


4 killed, 4 hurt, 1 charged in Missouri police chase crash


Missouri State Highway Patrol seeking assistance in fatal crash on U.S. Highway 60


Semi fire shuts down portion of Hwy. 65 near Omaha, Ark.


Woman drives into business at Osage Beach Outlet Marketplace


Divers recover body of 3rd victim in Lake of the Ozarks crash


Neosho man dead in single motorcycle crash


Man hospitalized after running in front of SUV


Man hit by vehicle in north Springfield


Hermitage woman dies in single-vehicle accident


Emergency Crews respond to single vehicle crash in Eastern Douglas County


Truck driver charged in deadly crash on I-44 in Phelps County


Man dies after brick smashes through his car's windshield


Police identify pedestrian killed in Springfield crash


UPDATE: Boy, 2, dies five days after crash that killed two adults in Camden County


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