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News : Accidents in Putnam and Harrison County injure occupants
Posted by John on 2012/12/17 13:10:00 (446 reads) News by the same author

A single vehicle happened Monday morning near Unionville in Putnam County. Another single vehicle wreck was north of Eagleville, near the Iowa state line on Sunday morning.

A Unionville woman, 33 year old Angela Munden, was injured this morning when, according to the highway patrol, her car went off U-S Highway 136 twice and overturned onto its top.

The patrol described injuries as minor for Ms. Munden who was taken by ambulance to Putnam County Memorial Hospital at Unionville.

The accident, located a half mile east of Unionville, demolished the car. The driver, according to the Highway Patrol, was not using a seat belt.

Residents of Holt and Kearney were injured in an I-35 accident Sunday near the Missouri-Iowa state line. The highway patrol said the driver, 23 year old Dustin Harms of Holt received SERIOUS injuries while his passenger, 19 year old
Alexis Davis of Kearney sustained minor injuries. Both were taken by ambulance to Harrison County Community Hospital in Bethany with Harms later transported to the Liberty Hospital.

The Patrol said the pickup was southbound in the driving lane when it ran off the west side of the road. The driver over-corrected causing the truck to hit a sign before re-entering the road and going off the east side where it overturned one and a half times coming to rest on its top. The truck was demolished in yesterday morning's accident, five miles north of Eagleville. The passenger was wearing a seat belt while the driver was not.

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