June trial set for driver in crash that killed 3 passengers

 
 

LEXINGTON, Neb. -- A June 18 trial start has been scheduled for a woman who survived a central Nebraska collision that killed three passengers in the car she was driving.

Dawson County District Court records say 20-year-old Angelique Kampmann, of Kearney, has pleaded not guilty to three counts of vehicular homicide while driving under the influence, one of causing serious injury while driving under the influence and one misdemeanor count of driving under the influence, first offense.

The collision occurred Oct. 16 on U.S. Highway 30 between Overton and Elm Creek. The Nebraska State Patrol says a southbound car driven by Kampmann didn't halt at a stop sign and collided with an eastbound sport utility vehicle.

Donald Anderson, of Overton; Karli Michael, of Pontiac, Illinois; and Ziera Nickerson, of Kearney, were killed.

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