A Sunday evening head on collision in Ralls County claims the lives of both drivers.

The Missouri State Highway Patrol says a pickup driven by 38 year old Ryan Hall of New London crossed the center line on Ralls County Route T three and a half miles south of Hannibal at 6:45 Sunday evening. Hall’s pickup collided with a pickup driven by 39 year old Dustin Strachan of New London. A 13 year old male juvenile passenger in the Strachan truck sustained minor injuries and sought his own treatment.

Troopers say Hall was pronounced dead at the scene by Ralls County Coroner Bob Van Winkle. Strachan was flown to University Hospital in Columbia where he was pronounced dead at 8:30 Sunday night.

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