Six people are hurt and four are ticketed in five separate traffic crashes in northeast Missouri and western Illinois over the weekend.

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Two juvenile girls from Center suffer moderate injuries in a two car crash on Ralls County Route J at Route A southeast of Monroe City at 6:35 p.m. Friday.

The Highway Patrol reports 23 year old Daniel Pugh of Bowling Green was westbound when he failed to yield and was struck by a northbound car, driven by a 16 year old juvenile female.

The 16 year old and her passenger, a 13 year old juvenile female, were taken to Hannibal Regional Hospital for treatment.

 

Two are hurt in a semi crash on Interstate 72 in East Hannibal in Pike County at 4:20 a.m. Sunday.

The State Police reports 43 year old Roberta Montenegro Perrusquia of Victorville, California was westbound in 72 when she failed to negotiate a curve, causing her semi to run off the road and overturn, coming to rest on the passenger side.

Montenegro Perrusquia and her passenger, 49 year old Ronald Whalen of Palm Bay, Florida, were taken to an area hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

Montenegro Perrusquia was ticketed for improper lane usage.

 

A Quincy truck driver suffers minor injuries in a semi crash on Highway 107 south of Mt. Sterling in Brown County at 9:37 a.m. Friday.

The State Police reports 54 year old Scott Moran of Quincy was northbound when his semi ran off the road and overturned.

Moran refused medical treatment at the scene. He was ticketed for improper lane usage.

 

A Hannibal man suffers non-life threatening injuries in a single vehicle crash on Interstate 72 east of Barry in Pike County at 8:30 a.m. Friday.

The Illinois State Police reports 49 year old Delmar Whittaker of Hannibal was eastbound on 72 when his pickup ran off the road and struck a guardrail. The truck crossed the eastbound lanes and came to rest in the center median.

Whittaker was taken to an area hospital with non-life threatening injuries. He was ticketed for improper lane usage.

 

No one is hurt, but a Hannibal man is ticketed in a truck/tractor crash on Highway 24 west of North 60th Street in Adams County at 8:43 a.m. Friday.

The Adams County Sheriff’s Office reports 24 year old Kody Totten of Hannibal was westbound and attempted to pass a tractor with a mower attached, driven by 58 year old David Dedert of Quincy.

Totten rear ended the Dedert tractor, causing the tractor to overturn onto its top.
Neither driver was hurt, but Totten was ticketed for driving too fast for conditions.