Car crash in Hallsville leaves one dead

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A car crash early Monday resulted in one death at Route B and Academy Road just south of Hallsville.

According to a Missouri State Highway Patrol crash report, Isaiah Black, 20, was driving a Dodge Durango when he crossed the center line and hit Thomas Willems, who was driving a Ford Fiesta.

One of the drivers was pronounced dead shortly after 6 a.m., but the report did not make clear which driver had died. Black was not wearing a seat belt and Willems was, according to the crash report.

The Highway Patrol and Boone County Sheriff's Department did not respond to calls for more information.

Supervising editor is Tyler Wornell.

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