Clint Bowyer, a former NASCAR racer and current Fox Sports pundit, hit and killed a person on a highway exit

ramp in southwest Missouri earlier this month, according to police. According to a crash report from Lake Ozark

police, the accident happened on a ramp off of U.S. 54 in Osage Beach, Missouri, on June 5. Bowyer, a native

of Emporia, Kansas, came to a complete stop after the crash and dialled 911, according to authorities.

Mary Jane Simmons, 47, of Camdenton, was pronounced dead at the scene. Bowyer displayed no signs of intoxication

according to the crash report, and offered a roadside blood sample that showed no trace of alcohol. According to

the police statement, a crystalline substance was discovered among the woman's possessions, and neighbours at the

recreational vehicle park where she was living claimed they suspected she was under the influence of drugs.

Bowyer retired in 2020 after a 15-year career in which he won 10 Cup Series races. He's been a big hit in the Fox Sports

studio since he took it on as a side gig. The collision occurred on June 5 near Osage Beach, Missouri, according to a Lake