Man accused of causing Missouri wreck that killed 3
LANCASTER (AP) — A northern Missouri man is accused of causing a northern Missouri wreck that killed three people.
Prosecutors in Schuyler County have charged 27-year-old Bradley Turner of Queen City with three counts of vehicular involuntary manslaughter and two counts of felony second-degree assault. He's also charged with first-offense driving while intoxicated, and careless and imprudent driving.
Authorities said Turner was driving a pickup truck Sunday afternoon near Downing when it skidded off a road and repeatedly overturned, killing three of the occupants and injuring two others.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol identified the dead as 18-year-old Leticia Potter, 16-year-old Jason Sanning and 15-year-old Alexis Shaw.
Online court records do not show whether Turner has an attorney.
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