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Fatal crash victim had ties to Atchison
08/06/2018

(KAIR)--The woman killed in a two vehicle Saint Joseph, Missouri crash last week had ties to Atchison.

KQ2-TV reports Saint Joseph Police identify the victim of Friday's wreck as 29-year-old Cassandra Blackmore.

Her obituary from the Alden-Harrington Funeral Home, in Bonner Springs, names her as Cassandra Blackmore-Stroble, listing her fiance as Joseph Stroble, who lives in Atchison.

The obituary names Blackmore-Stroble as a resident of Bonner Springs.

Her funeral service is set for Saturday afternoon at the funeral home.

Blackmore-Stroble died when 23-year-old Faucett, Missouri resident Bronson Cooper ran a red light on Saint Joseph's South Belt Highway, near U.S. Highway 36, and struck Blackmore-Stroble's vehicle. 

The Buchanan County prosecutor's office has charged Cooper with one count of second-degree involunatry manslaughter. 

Blackmore's 8-year-old passenger was transported by helicopter to Children's Mercy Hospital, in Kansas City, with serious injuries. 

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