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Imperial man killed in head-on crash in southern Missouri

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ST. LOUIS (KMOV.com) -- An Imperial man was killed when the vehicle he was driving crossed the center line and struck another vehicle head-on in southern Missouri Saturday.

The Missouri Highway Patrol says Jordan Evans, 30, of Imperial, was driving a 2003 Silverado on Missouri Highway 25 in Stoddard County Saturday evening. The car crossed the center line and struck a a GMC Yukon head-on. The driver of the Yukon, Kristy Steward, 40, of Dexter, Missouri was seriously injured in the crash. She was transported to a Gape Girardeau hospital via medical helicopter.

Evans was pronounced dead at the scene. 

There is no word on what led to the crash.

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