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Trial still on for Quincy woman accused of killing four in car crash

Trial still on for Quincy woman accused of killing four in car crash

1 month ago by Scott Hardy

Natasha McBride will be in court next Friday for a hearing on six motions from her defense

A Quincy woman, indicted on 1st Degree Murder charges in connection with a multi-car accident last August that killed four people, will have a hearing next week on motions made by her defense, ahead of her trial next month. 

Natasha McBride was in Adams County Circuit Court Wednesday for a status hearing. Records show a hearing on six motions filed by her defense to limit evidence in the trial will be held next Friday. McBride will go on trial starting December 6. She was indicted in late August 2020 by an Adams County Grand Jury. Besides the four Murder counts, McBride was also indicted on four counts each of Reckless Homicide, Leaving the Scene of an Injury Accident and Driving while license revoked. She's pleaded Not Guilty. McBride's accused of running a red light at Fourth and Broadway last August 14th, and running into a vehicle heading north on Fourth. That resulted in the deaths of four passengers, Jennifer Hendricks of Rushville, and her three grandsons, Dakota, Arsher and Ransom Corrick, all of Kirksville. Prosecutors have called McBride's actions before the crash intentional.

McBride's in the Adams County Jail on $5 million bond.

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