Seven Hurt, One Seriously, in Sunday Traffic Crashes
A total of seven people are hurt, one of them seriously, in traffic crashes in Quincy and northeast Missouri Sunday.
A LaPlata man suffers serious injuries in a motorcycle crash on Missouri 151 south of Madison in Monroe County at 4:25 p.m. Sunday.
The Highway Patrol reports 29-year-old Bronson Moore was northbound when he lost control of his bike on a curve, ran off the road and struck a sign. Moore was ejected from the motorcycle.
Moore was taken to University Hospital in Columbia for treatment.
Three people are hurt and one is ticketed as a result of a three car crash at 48th and Broadway in Quincy at 5:40 p.m. Sunday.
Quincy Police report 19 year old Patricia Puckett of Bowling Green was eastbound on Broadway, tried to beat the red light and struck a vehicle that was southbound on 48th Street. The force of the impact caused the second car to collide with a third vehicle that was stopped in the left turn lane on 48th Street.
Three people were taken to Blessing Hospital for treatment. None of the injuries were serious. Puckett was ticketed for disobeying a traffic signal and no insurance.
A Hannibal woman and a toddler were hurt in a one car crash on Flint Hill Road south of Hannibal at 9:26 p.m. Sunday.
The Highway Patrol reports 25-year-old Kari Ledbetter was eastbound when her car ran off the road, struck an embankment and came to rest on its side in a creek.
Kari Ledbetter and one of her passengers, two-year-old Geno Ledbetter, were taken to Hannibal Regional Hospital for treatment. Geno Ledbetter suffered minor injuries. Kari Ledbetter’s injuries were described as moderate. A second passenger, one-year-old Cyrus Ledbetter, wasn’t hurt but was taken to the hospital as a precaution.
A Shelbina woman suffers minor injuries in a single vehicle crash on Highway 15 at the south edge of Shelbina at 3:30 p.m. Sunday.
The Highway Patrol reports 68-year-old Margaret Howes was northbound when her pickup truck ran off the road, became airborne and came to rest off the roadway.
Howes told authorities she would seek her own treatment.