Crash Studies March 13 | Democrat of Sedalia
By Chris Howell, [email protected]
4-vehicle crash leaves two injured
Two individuals had been injured in a four-vehicle crash at 7:55 p.m. on March 10 in Benton County.
In response to a report from the Missouri State Freeway Patrol, a 1998 Chevrolet 1500 pushed by Ron Peters, 66, of Kansas Metropolis, Missouri, was heading north on T-Freeway simply north of Dick Highway when it drove north. overtaken and hit the rear of a John Deere 6420 pushed by Kathryn Simkins, 70, of Lincoln. Peters’ truck then struck a 2015 Ford Transit van pushed by Alan Gibler, 54, of Columbia, which was partially stopped on the roadway. A 2008 Chevrolet Impala pushed by a 17 12 months previous girl from Warsaw then collided with the 1998 Chevrolet 1500 which was pulled to a cease on the roadway.
Peters, who was carrying a seat belt, was rushed to Kansas Metropolis’s Analysis Medical Heart with average accidents. Simkins, who was not carrying a seat belt, was transported to Golden Valley Memorial Hospital in Clinton with average accidents. The opposite two victims of the accident had been carrying seat belts and weren’t injured.
Edwards man injured in Henry’s crash
Outsized automobile and tractor-trailer crash leaves Edwards’ man with minor accidents in Henry County
An Edwards man was injured in an accident on March 11 at 8:25 p.m. in Henry County.
In response to a report from the Missouri State Freeway Patrol, a 2000 Peterbilt trailer truck pushed by Cody M. Hughes, 23, of Nevada, was on Freeway 18 westbound south of the South Freeway. west 901, pulling an outsized load when struck by a 2007 Volkswagen in an eastbound path. Jetta pushed by Ray L. Cotton, 23.
Cotton was taken by ambulance to Golden Valley Memorial Hospital in Clinton.
Each drivers had been carrying seat belts.
Kingsville residents injured in Johnson crash
Two Kingsville residents had been barely injured in a three-vehicle crash at 4:21 p.m. on March 10 in Johnson County.
In response to a report from the Missouri State Freeway Patrol, the crash occurred as a 2013 Ford F150 pushed by DeWayne A. Corbin, 64, of Kingsville, was driving westbound on State Freeway 58 west of Southwest three hundredth Highway. A 1998 Dodge Ram 1500 pushed by a 17-year-old Kingsville synthetic a left flip from a driveway within the path of the Ford F-150 and struck the car within the westbound lane. A 2008 Dodge pushed by Christopher C. Spiwak 51, of Kansas Metropolis, Missouri, drove behind Corbin. He swerved to the east facet of the street and his car struck a pole and got here to a cease on the street.
It’s not identified if Corbin was carrying a seat belt, however he was severely injured and brought to the Analysis Medical Heart in Kansas Metropolis. The minor, who was carrying a seat belt, sustained minor accidents and was taken to Western Missouri Medical Heart in Warrensburg. Spiwak was carrying a seat belt and was not injured.
Two injured within the overthrow of Pettis
Two individuals had been injured in a single-vehicle crash on March 12 at 12:36 p.m. in Pettis County.
In response to a report from the Missouri State Freeway Patrol, Ronald J. Duncan, 40, of Camdenton, was heading south on M Highway south of Magee Highway when he failed to barter a bend and crossed the middle of the street. His car left the left facet of the street and struck a ditch. After the affect, the car rolled over twice earlier than coming to a cease on its wheels.
Duncan, who was carrying a seat belt, was taken by LifeFlight to Columbia College Hospital. The occupant, Sheila L. Pickett, 54, of Sedalia, was not carrying a security gadget and was transported by ambulance to Bothwell Regional Well being Heart.
Two truckers injured in crash in Pettis County
Two males had been injured in a two-vehicle crash at 8:30 a.m. on March 11 in Pettis County.
In response to a report from the Missouri State Freeway Patrol, Carl L. Phillips, 46, of La Monte, was driving a 2015 Western Star 4700 northbound on US 65 to Spring Backyard Highway and slowed down to show left. . He was struck within the again by a 2019 Kenworth T880 pushed by Dylan R. Cooper, 23, of Boonville.
Cooper, who was carrying a seat belt, refused therapy on the scene. Phillips, who additionally wore a seat belt, was transported to Columbia College Hospital by the Pettis County Ambulance District.
South Dakota man sustains severe accidents
A South Dakota man was severely injured in a 9:18 a.m. Saline County crash on March 12 in Saline County.
In response to a report from the Missouri State Freeway Patrol, a Hino 286 medium-duty truck pushed by Alonda Gaston, 26, of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, was heading west on I-70 close to the kilometer 85 and left the left facet of the street and overturned. A GMC Sierra pushed by James R. Hills, 33, of Deepwater, was heading east when struck by particles from the truck.
Gaston was transported by the Saline County Ambulance District to Columbia College Hospital. It’s not identified if any of the drivers had been carrying a seat belt.
The knowledge is taken from the Missouri State Freeway Patrol preliminary stories, which don’t essentially include statements from all events concerned.