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Pedestrian killed in Holt County, MO
05/21/2020

(KLZA)-- A Kansas City, Kansas teenage girl died early Wednesday morning after walking into the path of a semi about  five miles south of Oregon, Missouri on Interstate 29.

The Missouri Highway Patrol reports 17-year-old Autumn Buckmaster was standing in the median and walked into the path of the southbound semi , which was in the passing lane at about 3:15 A.M.   

The truck was driven by 27-year-old David Collier of Independence, Missouri.  He was not hurt.

The Holt County Sheriff's Department and South Holt  Fire Department assisted at the scene.

Buckmaster was pronounced dead at the scene by Holt County Coroner Susan Lentz 

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