Women killed in speeding accident

ST. LOUIS, MO – A St. Louis man was charged with involuntary manslaughter and resisting arrest, as reported by St. Louis Post Dispatch.

Twenty-four-year-old Danny Harris was charged Tuesday for an accident last year in which he killed a woman while fleeing police.

Harris fled police in a Jeep Cherokee after an officer caught him in a drug deal. Two officers attempted to pursue him but suspended the pursuit because of his dangerous speed.

Harrison hit a Chevrolet Tracker driven by Reniece Randle, 37, at Page and Prairie Avenues.

Randle was pronounced dead at the scene. Randle’s passenger, a 51-year-old woman, suffered minor injuries.

Harris fled the scene but was later found hiding in the vicinity. Harris admitted to speeding and claimed that he was unable to slow down before colliding into Randle’s car.

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