One person was killed and another suffered SERIOUS injuries on Friday night when a car overturned off a road northeast of Grant City, throwing both teenage boys from the vehicle. Fatally injured was the driver, 17-year old Cody Schrock of Grant City. A passenger, 17-year old Justin Smith of Grant City, was taken to Northwest Medical Center in Albany with what the Highway Patrol described as SERIOUS injuries.
A Brookfield resident was injured early Sunday morning when the pickup truck she was driving overturned off Highway 11 at the Linn-Chariton County line. Twenty-four year old Dustie Howard was taken to Pershing Memorial Hospital in Brookfield and later flown to University Hospital in Columbia. The Highway Patrol said she had MODERATE injuries.
A Cameron resident was hurt early Thursday morning when the car she was driving slid off a road south of Cameron. Thirty-nine year old Brandy Skouby was taken to Cameron Regional Medical Center with what the Highway Patrol called minor injuries.
A Carrollton woman received what the Highway Patrol described as minor injuries after her car was struck from behind in a Carroll County collision late Wednesday afternoon. The crash happened on Highway 65, one mile to the north of Route W.
A Wednesday morning accident in rural Livingston County injured a man from Dawn. The Highway Patrol said 26-year old Bradley Baughman received SERIOUS injuries and was taken to Hedrick Medical Center in Chillicothe.
A Cameron man was injured late Saturday morning when a car hit the rear of a northbound U-Haul trailer on Interstate 35 near Winston. Thirty-four year old Timothy Malone of Cameron was taken to Cameron Regional Medical Center, with injuries described as MODERATE by the Highway Patrol.
A Sumner woman was killed, and a Brunswick man was SERIOUSLY injured, when a pickup truck overturned off a Chariton County road early Sunday morning. Pronounced dead at the scene was the driver, 34-year old Jessica Diehl of Sumner. A passenger, 42-year old Charles Lewis of Brunswick, was flown to University Hospital in Columbia, with injuries described as SERIOUS by the Highway Patrol.
Four members of a Kidder family were hurt when a van traveled off Highway 6 east of Jamesport, hit a ditch, became airborne, and hit the ground again. The Highway Patrol said the driver, 27-year old Melissa Potts, and her children - three year old Brooklyn Morgan, eight-year old Zayden Edge, and three-year old Tristan Edge, all of Kidder, were taken to Liberty Hospital with MODERATE injuries.
A Carroll County resident was injured early Sunday morning when the car he was driving overturned off Highway 24 east of Carrollton. Twenty-year old Chase Ewing of Bogard was taken to University Hospital in Columbia, with injuries described as MODERATE by the Highway Patrol.
A sport utility vehicle overturned off of a FROST-covered Highway 6 near Galt early Thursday morning, injuring a Lucerne resident. Twenty-two year old Daniel Thompson was taken to Wright Memorial Hospital in Trenton, with injuries described as minor by the Highway Patrol.
A Carrollton woman, 19-year old Hannah Davis, received minor injuries when her southbound car was struck in the side by a deer. The accident early on Tuesday evening was on Highway 65 in Carroll County, just north of Route J. The Highway Patrol said Ms. Davis was taken by ambulance to Carroll County Memorial Hospital in Carrollton. Damage was minor to the car. The driver was using a seat belt.
A Stewartsville resident was hurt when the pickup truck he was driving went off Highway 36 near Cameron and hit an embankment and a culvert. Fifty-five year old Ricky Shanks of Stewartsville was taken to Heartland Regional Medical Center in St. Joseph, with injuries described as MODERATE by the Highway Patrol.
The Highway Patrol says a van hit a house in Grant City on Friday afternoon, after the driver suffered a medical condition. The driver, 35-year old Melissa Moutray of Grant City, was taken to St. Francis Hospital in Maryville, with what the Patrol described as MODERATE injuries. No one else was hurt.
One of eight traffic fatalities across Missouri over the New Year's Holiday counting period was a truck driver from Tennessee who died in a Harrison County accident. The crash early Monday evening occurred in the southbound lanes of Interstate 35, nine miles south of Bethany.
A Brookfield woman was hurt when the car she has driving traveled off U.S. Highway 63 in Macon County and hit a concrete culvert. Nineteen-year old Dana Ingram was taken by private vehicle to Samaritan Hospital in Macon, with what the Highway Patrol called MODERATE injuries.