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Accidents : Injury accidents reported near Braymer and Cameron
Posted by John on 2012/6/29 7:50:00 (679 reads) News by the same author

Separate injury accidents occurred in and near Braymer about one hour apart yesterday (Thursday) afternoon. The Highway Patrol said two vehicles collided at 6th and Main streets in Braymer, sending one of the drivers, Courtney Cox of Braymer to Liberty Hospital. The patrol described her injuries as MODERATE.

The other driver, 28 year old Courtney Dull of Cowgill, was not reported hurt. The patrol report accused Ms. Cox of failing to yield to the other vehicle. The car driven by Ms. Cox was demolished while the other vehicle received extensive damage.

In another accident from Thursday afternoon, an all terrain vehicle crash just east of Braymer left its operator with the patrol called MODERATE injuries. The highway patrol said 32 year old Brandy Warren of Braymer was taken to Liberty Hospital. An investigator said the A-T-V made a turn from one private drive to another when the operator lost control and fell off the A-T-V.

Meanwhile, one person was injured early THIS (Friday) morning in an I-35 accident one mile south of Cameron.

The state patrol said 54 year old David Simms of Cameron received MODERATE injuries and was taken to Cameron Regional Medical Center. Simms was driving a Sports Utility Vehicle while 26 year old Yurday Tunc of Cliffside Park, New Jersey was operating a pickup pulling a flatbed trailer.

Both were northbound when, officers said, Simms struck the rear of the towed unit. Simms' S-U-V went off the road and down an embankment. The report indicated both of the driven units were demolished while an A-T-V on the trailer received minor damage.

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