On August 14, 2020 at around 5pm, Jennie Hendricks was a passenger in a car driven by her husband Mark. Their three grandchildren, Dakota (6), Archer (4) and Ransom (1) were also in the vehicle.
True Crime Society member Natasha McBride was also in her own vehicle at the time. She was allegedly driving while under the influence. She crashed her vehicle into the Hendricks’ car.
“According to witness statement, the driver was driving at a high rate of speed and ran the red light over her on 4th, collided with another car and resulted in a chain of other accidents,” QPD Lieutenant Jeff Nevin said.
You can read more at this khqa.com article – Quincy woman arrested following fatal crash on 4th and Broadway Streets.
Jennie Hendricks and her three grandchildren passed away following the crash. Mark survived and is currently in hospital.
Natasha ran from the scene half-dressed and began trying to get into cars on the Bayview Bridge that crosses from Illinois to Missouri one way. She was apprehended and charged with aggravated DUI, driving with license suspended, fleeing the scene of an accident with fatalities, and reckless homicide.
Right before the crash, Natasha made this social media post:
Natasha claimed that she was a mindset coach. You can see her website here.
Natasha joined True Crime Society in February this year:
The Corrick family have launched a fundraiser to pay for the burial of Jennie and the children. You can read more here.