Two Missouri City residents hurt after being rear-ended by Braymer man

Traffic accident

The Missouri State Highway Patrol reports a car driven by a Braymer man rear-ended another car which then spun and hit a bridge rail in Clay County.

The driver of the car hit from behind, 76-year-old Alfred Miller of Missouri City, was transported to North Kansas City Hospital with serious injuries.

A passenger in the car driven by Miller, 71-year-old Laura Miller of Missouri City, was also transported to North Kansas City Hospital with minor injuries.

The driver of the other car, 40-year old Robert Tuck of Braymer, was not reported hurt.

The accident happened late Wednesday morning on Highway 210 when both vehicles were westbound when miller slowed for a Missouri Department of Transporation painting crew. Miller’s car spun and hit the bridge rail after being struck from behind.

Both vehicles were demolished.

All three occupants were wearing seatbelts.