Passenger killed in Thanksgiving crash in Springfield ID’d

SPRINGFIELD, MO – Police have released the identity of a man killed in a two-vehicle crash in north Springfield on Thanksgiving.

According to KY3, 52-year-old Daniel Roberts was a passenger in a Honda that was struck by a Ford as it was making a turn within the 2600 block of N Glenstone Avenue shortly before midnight on November 26. Emergency responders took Roberts to a nearby hospital, where he later died.

Roberts was the 25th crash-related fatality in Springfield this year.

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