JACKSON COUNTY, Mo. — A Lee’s Summit School District teacher has died Thursday morning soon after a crash involving a semitrailer in Jackson County.
The Missouri Condition Highway Patrol is investigating the fatal crash in southeast Jackson County.
All around 6:45 a.m. Thursday early morning, the Jackson County Sheriff’s Office environment known as the freeway patrol to guide with numerous crashes near U.S. 50 Freeway and 7 Highway.
When they arrived on scene, troopers determined a crash involving a semitrailer killed 47-12 months-previous Rachel Stone from Bates City.
An MSHP crash report states the semi driver misplaced manage on icy 50 Freeway and crossed the median into oncoming site visitors. The semi crashed head-on with Stone’s auto.
The 47-yr-aged was pronounced dead at the scene. The driver of the semitrailer was not injured.
The Lee’s Summit College District shared the following information with families:
To our Lee’s Summit Large University Local community:
It is with a significant coronary heart that I share devastating information with our pupils and households.
Mrs. Rachel Stone, a bodily education and overall health trainer who was a valued component of our Tiger relatives, died this early morning following a motor vehicle incident on Highway 50.
Mrs. Stone was a dedicated educator who will be missed through the LSR7 community.
Mrs. Stone student-taught in LSR7 in 1997 and then commenced her job in the LSHS group in 2000. In addition to educating, Mrs. Stone served as the girl’s assistant volleyball mentor. Her spouse, Scott, is a trainer at Bernard Campbell Middle College. Our deepest sympathy and condolences go out to Mr. Stone, their two children and prolonged household.
Our university neighborhood is crafted on caring relationships, and we recognize that circumstances like this can be tricky for pupils to comprehend or procedure. Further counselors and district leaders are on campus now to support pupils and staff as we grieve this information, and our counseling workforce will carry on to respond to the emotional requires of the college students and employees this 7 days.
This is actually a sad working day for LSHS, and for our instruction group. Make sure you be a part of us in trying to keep the Stone relatives in your ideas as we function to guidance each and every other in the coming days.