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.

Randall Mann

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