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.
Bethany and Ridgeway residents were injured yesterday afternoon when two cars collided four miles north of Bethany.
The Highway Patrol reports three persons were injured when one pickup truck slowing to make a left turn when it was hit from behind by another pickup yesterday evening one mile west of Trenton.
A single vehicle accident yesterday morning two miles east of Gilman City injured a Bethany man.
The highway patrol said a Green City woman was hurt when she swerved the car she was driving to avoid an animal on Highway 6 in northeast Missouri.
The Highway Patrol said a Unionville resident was injured on Friday morning near Unionville when the motorcycle he was operating had a defect, traveled off Highway 136, and overturned.
Single vehicle rollover accidents on Labor Day occurred east of Bethany and at Cameron.
Two Maysville residents received what the highway patrol called serious injuries when a minivan traveled off a road north of Maysville and down an embankment.
A Mercer resident was hurt when the car she was driving went off Highway 136 near Lancaster.
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.
A Trenton resident was hurt this yesterday when the car she was driving on Highway 6 overturned east of Humphreys.
A truck driver from Texas was hurt when a tractor-trailer unit overturned off Interstate 35 north of the Winston exit.
A one vehicle accident in Harrison County claimed the life of one man on Monday afternoon.
An Albany man was killed on Friday morning when the tractor-trailer unit he was driving went off Highway 169 just south of Stanberry.
Separate traffic accidents Thursday in Dekalb and Gentry counties injured 3 persons.
A Mercer woman was injured yesterday afternoon when, according to the Highway Patrol, her sports utility vehicle drove off U-S 136, struck a guard rail, overturning down an embankment coming to rest on its top.
Two people were hurt early Friday morning in separate accidents, when the motorcycles they were driving hit deer in Daviess and Putnam Counties.
Two area residents were hurt early Wednesday in separate accidents when the cars they were driving hit animals on the road.
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