A 26-year-old Camdenton woman was killed in a fatal crash early Saturday evening in which the other driver was later arrested and charged with felony murder, according to Missouri State Highway Patrol crash and arrest reports.

A 26-year-old Camdenton woman was killed in a fatal crash early Saturday evening in which the other driver was later arrested and charged with felony murder, according to Missouri State Highway Patrol crash and arrest reports. 

The two-vehicle crash occurred at approximately 4:20 p.m. on December 16, 2017 on Route D, roughly 427-feet north of Brush Arbor Road in Camden County. 

Lauren A. Rubi, 26, of Camdenton, was pronounced deceased at Lake Regional Hospital by Dr. Douglas Wilson at approximately 5:56 p.m. Next of kin has been notified. She was listed as wearing a seat belt. 

The crash occurred as a 2008 Ford Escape being driven northbound by 42-year-old Delilah R. Taylor, of Kansas City, crossed the centerline and struck a 2014 Chevrolet Equinox being driven southbound by Rubi head on, according to the report. Both vehicles were listed as totaled. 

Taylor, listed without a seat belt, suffered serious injuries and was transported by Air Ambulance to University Hospital in Columbia. 

At approximately 4:43 p.m., Taylor was placed under arrest in the jurisdiction of Camden County by the MSHP and reportedly charged with second degree felony murder, felony driving while revoked, failure to drive on the right half of the roadway resulting in accident, no seat belt, and felony tampering. She was released for medical treatment. 

Formal charges have not yet appeared on CaseNet.com. 

This was Troop F's sixth fatality for December and fifty-eighth for 2017. MSHP was assisted by the Camden County Sheriff's Office. 

Taylor pled guilty in 2013 to driving while intoxicated - persistent offender, and three misdemeanors that included driving while revoked and failure to register a motor vehicle for an incident that occurred in August of 2012, according to CaseNet.com. She received a sentence of five years supervised probation and a suspended executed sentence of four years of incarceration.