The Highway Patrol reports three area accidents Tuesday morning in North Missouri.
In an accident on Route E west of Harris, a Trenton resident sustained moderate injuries when his pickup truck overturned.
Thirty-year-old Jacob Anderson traveled west when the pickup ran off the right side of the roadway and struck a tree before overturning, totaling the vehicle.
An ambulance transported Anderson to the University Hospital in Columbia and the Patrol reports he wore a seat belt at the time of the accident.
In an accident on U. S. Route 136, a Princeton teen sustained minor injuries when his car overturned about two miles east of Princeton.
Nineteen-year-old Dawson Boyd traveled east when he attempted to overtake a vehicle in a no passing zone. He swerved to avoid a vehicle traveling west, and his car ran off the north side of the road and struck a ditch before overturning, totaling the car. ¬†The vehicle came to a rest on its wheels on the westbound shoulder facing west.
An ambulance transported Boyd to Wright Memorial Hospital in Trenton and the Patrol reports he did not wear a seat belt at the time of the accident.
In an accident within Trenton, a woman sustained minor injuries when her sports utility vehicle hit a street sweeper.
Twenty-three-year-old Tasha Reim of Trenton was traveling east on Missouri 6 approaching Normal Street when she struck the back of the working street sweeper driven by 47-year-old Anthony Denney of Trenton.
Reim’s SUV came to a rest in the eastbound lane and turning lane of Missouri 6, and the street sweeper came to a rest in the eastbound lane. Reim’s vehicle was totaled, and the street sweeper received extensive damage.
An ambulance transported Reim to the Wright Memorial Hospital in Trenton and the¬†Patrol reports that neither driver wore a safety device at the time of the accident.
The Trenton Police Department assisted at the scene of the accident.