Two-year-old Missouri boy dies in rollover crash: driver arrested

A total of eight people were in the 2006 Ford Pickup truck when it rolled over. No one was wearing a seatbelt and the children were not in child safety seats.

A two-year-old Missouri boy wasn't fastened in a child safety seat when he died in a rollover accident Saturday.

Just after 5:00 p.m., 30-year-old Blair Dority of Roach, Missouri, was driving a 2006 Ford pickup on West Branch Road near the Camden and Hickory County lines. The truck went off the left side of the road, hit a tree, and turned over.

Seven passengers in the truck included 2-year-old Kaygyn Dority, 3-year-old Stormy Skinner, 6-year-old Madison Vaughn, and 7-year-old MIchael Vaughn, all from Roach. 16-year-old Micah Schmidt, 32-year-old Blaine Skinner and Shelby Willis, who's age is unknown, were also in the truck and are from Macks Creek.

Two-year-old Kaygyn Dority was pronounced dead on the scene. Madison Vaughn suffered serious injuries and was flown to Mercy Hospital in Springfield. The other children and adults suffered minor injuries to moderate injuries. No one was wearing or seatbelt and the children were not fastened in child safety seats.

The Camden County Sheriff's Department says the driver, Blair Dority, was arrested and awaits charges.