A six vehicle traffic accident on southbound Interstate 35 at liberty resulted in minor injuries to one of the drivers.
One person was injured in the collision Monday of two vehicles, including a large truck, in rural Carroll County.
A Cameron resident was among three persons injured yesterday when three vehicles were involved in a Clay County accident.
A Trenton man, 34 year old Ronald Gibson, was taken to a Kansas City hospital after being injured in a Harrison county traffic accident on East 260th Avenue.
A Milan resident received what the Highway Patrol called minor injuries Saturday night when the car she was driving hit a raccoon and utility pole east of Green City.
A Purdin resident was injured when the SUV he was driving ran off Highway 5 south of Linneus and overturned.
A Maysville resident was hurt when, according to the Highway Patrol, she swerved a pickup truck to miss a horse on a road in Dekalb County.
A woman from Coffey was injured, then arrested, as a result of a single vehicle rollover accident early this morning in rural Daviess County.
A Kidder, Mo., man was moderately injured following a single-vehicle crash Tuesday south of Altamont, Mo.
A Chillicothe man was hurt, when according to the highway patrol, the pickup truck he was driving turned into the path of a tractor trailer unit on Highway 36.
A Marcelline truck driver was hurt when, according to the highway patrol, the tractor trailer unit he was driving hit the rear of another tractor trailer truck.
A Milan man was injured before daylight yesterday morning in a single vehicle accident north of Osgood in Sullivan County.
Three persons were hurt when a car skidded off a road northwest of Cameron and overturned.
The highway patrol lists a Polo woman as the driver of a car involved in a two vehicle accident yesterday in Johnson County that injured herself and another passenger.
Two northwest Missouri drivers were injured last night in a collision eight miles west of Maysville. The accident happened at Highways 6 and 31 junction.
Separate accidents in Sullivan and Putnam counties injured four persons Tuesday.
One person was injured in the Monday night collision of two vehicles, including a large truck, in rural Carroll County.
A Bethany man was killed in a traffic accident after being ejected from his vehicle.
Four persons from the community of Kidder were injured when two vehicles collided Monday morning three miles west of Hamilton.
An elderly Gilman City resident was injured this morning when two vehicles collided at the north edge of Gilman City.
A 16-year old Brunswick girls suffered injuries described as MODERATE by the Highway Patrol in an accident just past 7 o'clock on Friday morning, one mile east of Brunswick on Lewis & Clark Road.
The Highway Patrol reports an elderly Cameron woman received serious injuries near Cameron after attempting to turn onto an Interstate 35 emergency crossover.
A man from Mercer, 84 year old Charles Hemenway, was injured last night in an accident three miles southwest of Lancaster in Schuyler County.
A Dawn teenager was hurt Friday afternoon when the car she was driving skidded off a road overturning several times northwest of Dawn.
Six Carrollton residents, including children, as well as a Polo man and a Brookfield teen were injured in three separate accidents.
A resident of Polo was injured Sunday night in a single vehicle accident five miles east of Lathrop.
A Trenton resident, 38 year old Amanda Griffin, was injured late yesterday afternoon when her pickup ran off Route A, four miles northwest of Trenton.
A Jamesport man received what the Highway Patrol called minor injuries when the horse drawn vehicle he was operating was hit by a car just east of Jamesport.
A Jameson man, 54 year old Christopher Nelson, was hurt when his motorcycle and a truck (wrecker) were involved in an accident Wednesday on Daviess County Route Double U three miles north of Jameson.
Two youths received what the highway patrol called minor injuries at Chula Saturday night when the utility vehicle they were riding went into a steep ditch.
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