Heather Unglesvee Killed, Bonnie Kiser Injured in Head-On Crash on Highway 24 in Randolph County

Columbia Woman Killed and Moberly Resident Hurt in Randolph County Crash on Highway 24

Heather Unglesvee

Heather Unglesvee Killed, Bonnie Kiser Injured in Head-On Crash on Highway 24 in Randolph County

Randolph County, Missouri (March 6, 2018) – A 46-year-old Columbia woman was killed following a head-on collision Monday afternoon near Moberly in Randolph County, according to Missouri State Patrol.

The deadly crash took place on Monday, March 5, on Highway 24 one mile west of Moberly.

The troopers said a 2010 Toyota Yaris, driven by Heather Unglesvee crossed the center line on the Highway for unknown reasons and hit a 2016 Chevrolet Equinox driven by 69-year-old Bonnie Kiser of Moberly.

Unglesvee was declared dead at the incident scene Kiser sustained moderate injuries and was transported to University Hospital in Columbia, the patrol said.

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