The Adams County State’s Attorney’s Office has officially filed charges against a Quincy woman in connection with a fatal traffic crash last week.

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State’s Attorney Gary Farha announced Monday that warrants had been issued for the arrest of 36 year old Natasha McBride for four counts each of reckless homicide, leaving the scene of a personal injury accident and driving while license revoked.

Last Friday, McBride allegedly ran a stop light at 4th and Broadway, colliding with a vehicle, killing 54 year old Jennifer Hendricks of Rushville and three of her grandchildren, six year old Dakota, four year old Archer and 18 month old Ransom Corrick of Kirksville.

When McBride is discharged from Blessing Hospital, she will be taken to the Adams County Jail, where she will be held on $5-million dollars bond.