Tucker Tollerton Obituary, Death Cause – A collision that took place late on Saturday night on Route M in Ralls County, which is located around three miles outside of Hannibal, was responsible for the death of a young person who was from Hannibal. According to the reports from the Missouri State Highway Patrol, at approximately 8:26 o’clock in the evening, a 2014 Nissan Pathfinder that was traveling westbound on Route M lost control and crashed after going off the right side of the road.
Tollerton was 18 years old. He was not donning any kind of protective gear at any point during the incident. A passenger in the vehicle that was involved in the accident was Jace Utterback, who is 18 years old and hails from New London. As a result of the crash, he sustained relatively minor injuries to his body. Additionally, in order for him to receive medical care, the Marion County Ambulance transported him to the Hannibal Regional Hospital. It appeared as though he was wearing armor or some other form of protection.
The motorist was able to regain control of their vehicle and get back onto the roadway before making a large course correction. After thereafter, the vehicle went through a series of rollovers before driving off the left side of the road and stopping there. This is where it came to a stop. At around 9:10 p.m., the lifeless body of Tucker Tollerton, who had lived in Hannibal for the past 18 years, was brought to Hannibal Regional Hospital by the Marion County Ambulance.