SPRNGFIELD, Mo. (News-Leader) — A family could finally see an end to a lawsuit over the death of a Springfield woman in a 2018 crash.
Dustin Sowards filed a lawsuit after his wife Dana was killed in a crash caused by a man fleeing Springfield police.
The News-Leader reports a spokeswoman for the city’s insurance carrier says a tentative agreement has been reached to settle the lawsuit..
Sowards’ attorney says the settlement is for just under $430,000.
Dana’s car was hit by Tommy Morris Junior at the intersection of Scenic and Mount Vernon.
Officers were trying to arrest Morris for his part in a drug investigation.
Sowards attorney also says he believes the crash could have been avoided if police had not chased Morris at high speeds though the neighborhood.
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