Tow truck driver laid to rest, Funeral Procession led by first responders and tow trucks

Bradley Skaggs, 18, was killed in a single vehicle tow truck crash at Joplin on Tuesday
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Dozens of tow vehicles waiting at Ozark Funeral Home for the Procession to begin on November 19, 2022.

McDONALD COUNTY, Mo. — Saturday, November 19, 2022 in Anderson, Missouri, Ozark Funeral Home held services for a young tow truck driver that was killed in a single vehicle tow truck crash on I-44 at Joplin on Tuesday morning.

Bradley Skaggs, 18, was a lifelong McDonald County resident. His family had asked that tow truck operators and first responders lead the funeral procession.

The total number involved in the funeral procession is not known however it stretched for miles.

Skaggs was buried south of Noel, near Sulphur Springs Arkansas. He is survived by his parents, brothers and sisters and a fiancé.

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