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Moberly Teenager Killed in Crash

Missouri Highway Patrol continues to investigate what cause a roll over crash that killed one teen.Cameron Hackley, 17, of Moberly, was killed.It happened Highway 63 near Route B in Randolph County, just outside of Clark. The Jeep carrying the five teenagers hit the median and overturned several times.The five teens were from Moberly and Macon. 15-year-old Steven Dale Jenkins was driving the car that included Lee Sefler, 14, Clarence Dale-Jenkins, 16, Noah Pitney, 18, and Hackley. The Randolph County Coroner says Hackley was ejected during the crash. He was killed on impact after the car landed on himThe four others who were injured were taken to University Hospital for treatment.Moberly residents tell ABC 17 News the intersection of Highway 63 and Route B has proven to be dangerous in the past. The coroner says the accidents he sees there often involve two cars.Troopers have yet to say whether speed was a factor in Sunday night’s accident, but the coroner says inexperience of the driver may have been. According to Missouri law, permit holders under 16 driving on roadways must have a parent, guardian, or driving instructor with them. 15-year-old Dale-Jenkins only had other teenagers with him in the car.Right now there’s no word on whether any charges will be filed or citations given out.

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