Nicholas Cauble Obituary, Death Cause – An accident involving just one car occurred early on Sunday morning. There was only one car involved. As a direct consequence of this collision, two residents of Cape Girardeau lost their lives, and two additional male residents of the same city sustained injuries. Nicholas Cauble was driving a 2012 Jeep Wrangler westbound on Cypress Road near its intersection with County Road 621 about a mile north of Cape Girardeau when he neglected to stop at a stop sign, went off the right side of the roadway, and then overturned in a creek bed.
Nicholas Cauble was taken to the hospital with serious injuries. Benjamin Asher and Nicholas Cauble, both 20 years old, were reportedly among those who perished in the collision, as reported by the Missouri State Highway Patrol. The collision took place approximately one mile to the north of Cape Girardeau. The Cape Girardeau County coroner, Wavis Jordan, examined the bodies and came to the conclusion that both of them had passed away at the place where they were discovered.
When the crash took place, it was somewhere in the neighborhood of half past five in the morning. Both Stephen Langston, age 20, and Keagen Winkler, age 20, both of Cape Girardeau, were injured as a direct result of the incident. Stephen Langston and Keagen Winkler both have the same age. It was found that Winkler’s injuries were “moderate,” while Langston’s injuries were “minor.” Winkler was transported to the hospital for evaluation and treatment. Winkler was transported to the hospital to receive medical attention for his wounds. As a direct result of these killings, the total number of deaths that Trooper E has been responsible for in 2018 has increased to somewhere between 24 and 25.