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Name released of woman killed in Jackson crash

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JACKSON, MO (KFVS) -

The Cape Girardeau County coroner has released the name of a Marquand woman killed in a crash in Jackson Thursday morning.

Cape Girardeau County Coroner John Clifton says Brandi Pratt, 30, of Marquand was killed and two others were seriously injured. 

A Jeep crossed the center line and turned into the path of a Dodge SUV around 8 a.m., according to Jackson Police Chief James Humphreys.

Both drivers and Pratt, a passenger in the Jeep, were all taken to local hospitals. Pratt, was pronounced dead at the hospital.

The two drivers were seriously injured. 

Police say there may have been a small, brown dog in the Jeep at the time of the crash and may now be missing. If you see a small, brown dog in the area you're asked to call police.

The crash closed down the westbound lanes of Jackson Blvd.

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