A Maysville woman was injured last night when her car was swerved to miss debris on DeKalb county Route E, then skidded off the road and overturned onto its top.
HIGHLANDVILLE, Mo. (AP) - Authorities say four teenagers are dead after a pickup truck crashed into a tree in southwest Missouri.
At 8:45 Saturday morning, a tanker-trailer truck overturned on Route M, 6 miles south of Gallatin.
A Gilman City man, thirty one year old Michael Hayden, died on Wednesday in an accident during the noon hour at Crowder State Park, northwest of Trenton.
The highway patrol reports a pickup truck ran off a rural Livingston County road early yesterday morning and overturned â€“ injuring two men from Chillicothe.
A Maysville woman, 50 year old Penny Wolfe, was injured last night in a DeKalb County single vehicle accident.
The Highway Patrol reports an Humphreys teenager, Tanner Clem, was injured early this morning in a roll over accident nearly four miles south of Milan.
Two Gallatin residents received what the highway patrol called serious injuries when a pickup truck slid off Highway 13 south of Gallatin overturning late Saturday night.
A Trenton resident was hurt Saturday night when the pickup truck he was driving traveled off a road just east of Trenton and hit a utility pole.
The highway patrol worked several injury accidents Tuesday morning in the area.
A Chillicothe resident, 21-year old Phoebe Pyrtle, received what the Highway Patrol called minor injuries when the SUV she was driving went out of the control on an icy Highway 36.
A Brookfield man was injured when his car struck a deer in rural Livingston County. The accident was one mile east of the Caldwell and Livingston county line early yesterday morning.
A Pattonsburg resident was hurt when the pickup truck he was driving hit a deer in western Daviess county.
An Albany woman was injured yesterday in a traffic accident four miles to the west of Albany.
A Mendon resident was hurt when the car she was driving was hit from behind by a pickup truck south of Chillicothe.
(ABC17NEWS) - The Missouri State Highway Patrol confirmed this afternoon the pilot of a small plane died after a crash near the Boonville airport just after 9:00 Sunday morning.
A Cameron man was injured and then arrested following a single vehicle accident last night two miles east of Cameron.
A pedestrian was injured last night when struck by a motor vehicle in Jamesport.
A truck driver from Cameron received what the highway patrol called minor injuries in an Worth County accident last night.
Four vehicles were involved in a wreck yesterday afternoon one mile north of Cameron. Three of the drivers were taken to the hospital in Cameron.
A northwest Missouri man was killed yesterday when the sports utility vehicle he was riding in, began to slide on an ice and snow covered road in Worth County; left Route W, struck an embankment, and overturned onto the drivers side.
A Marceline resident was hurt when the pickup truck she was driving slid off highway 36, overturning east of Brookfield Saturday afternoon.
A Chillicothe resident was hurt, when the truck he was driving hit the rear of a combine on Highway 36 east of Brookfield
The highway patrol investigated injury traffic accidents in Livingston, Daviess, and Putnam counties early last evening â€“ all in the 5 o'clock hour.
A three vehicle accident in Harrison County early last evening has claimed the life of a Gilman City man.
Icy conditions on Highway 13 near Gallatin were blamed for a traffic accident on Monday morning that injured a young Gallatin man.
Three accidents on Sunday kept the Missouri State Highway Patrol busy answering calls.
A Trenton teenager, 18 year old Garrett Runnels, was injured last night in a traffic accident three miles east of Princeton in Mercer County.
A teenager from Utica was injured last night in a traffic accident one mile southwest of Chillicothe.
A Bethany man was hurt when he swerved the pickup truck he was driving to miss animals. The pickup then crossed the median and northbound lanes of Interstate 35, and came to rest in a ditch.
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