After An Accident On Hwy. 21, A Student From Fox High School Dies

Following a single-vehicle collision on Highway 21 in the Otto area on Wednesday, December 14, a student from Fox High School passed away, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol. Because he was a minor, the Highway Patrol withheld the identity of the 17-year-old from Fenton.

Officials from the Fox C-6 School District have confirmed that the adolescent attended the high school as of today, December 15. The authorities withheld the identity and grade level of the student.

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District officials released a statement saying, “The Fox C-6 community is horrified and grieved by the tragic vehicle accident that resulted in the loss of a member of the Fox High School student body on Wednesday, Dec. 14. “We offer this student’s family, teachers, and friends our deepest condolences.

The statement read, “As we grieve this loss in our school community, the district is providing additional counseling support for any students and employees who need it to ensure they have the care they need.”

The Highway Patrol reported that the youngster was operating a 2003 Chevrolet Silverado southbound on Highway 21 at around 11:20 a.m. when it veered off the right side of the road north of mile marker 179.2, which is north of Highway M and south of West Four Ridge Road.

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According to the Highway Patrol, the pickup was moving too quickly for the conditions of the road, and the driver overcorrected before veering off the road. According to the report, the Silverado struck a tree and rolled over, partially ejecting the driver.

According to the Highway Patrol, the motorist was pronounced deceased by Rock Township Ambulance District staff at 12:06 pm. The Silverado was totaled, and the report states that the teen was not wearing a seatbelt.

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