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Troy woman killed in NW MO crash
12/04/2018

(KNZA)--A late Monday morning two-vehicle wreck in northwest Missouri claimed the life of a Troy, Kansas woman.

The Missouri Highway Patrol says killed in the wreck just west of the Clarksdale city limits in Dekalb County was 51-year-old Cherri Edwards.

The Patrol says Edwards was westbound on Route P when she entered Missouri Route 31 without yielding and her Chevy Impala was struck by a northbound semi- tractor trailer.

Edwards, who was wearing a seatbelt, was pronounced dead at the scene.

The semi driver, 62-year-old Carrolton, Missouri resident Thomas Belcher, was not hurt.

The wreck was reported around 11:15 Monday morning.

 

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