Six Hurt, Two Seriously, in NEMO Weekend Traffic Crashes
Six people are injured, two seriously, on three separate northeast Missouri traffic crashes over the weekend.
Three Philadelphia residents are hurt, one seriously, in traffic crash involving a pickup truck and a combine on Marion County Road 199 south of Philadelphia at 11:30 a.m. Saturday.
The Highway Patrol reports 22 year old Matthew Morrill of Philadelphia was southbound in his pickup, rounded a corner and collided head on with a northbound combine, driven by 45 year old Adam Bock of Palmyra.
Matthew Morrill and a passenger, a two year old juvenile, were taken to Hannibal Regional Hospital for treatment of minor injuries. A second passenger, 21 year old Dakota Morrill also of Philadelphia, was taken by Survival Flight to University Hospital in Columbia for treatment of serious injuries.
A Bowling Green woman suffers serious injuries in a car versus semi crash on Highway 54 east of Vandalia at 4:16 p.m. Sunday.
The Highway Patrol reports 39 year old Dustin Gibson of Vandalia was eastbound and slowed to make a turn when his semi was struck in the rear by an eastbound car driven by 51 year old Joyce McPike of Bowling Green.
McPike was taken by Survival Flight to University Hospital in Columbia for treatment.
Two Minnesota residents are hurt in a one car crash on Ralls County Route H south of Webster Lane at 10:15 a.m. Sunday.
The Highway Patrol reports 71 year old Harold Clark of Ramsey, Minnesota was southbound and attempted to pass another vehicle. His car ran off the road, struck an embankment and overturned, coming to rest on its wheels.
Harold Clark and his passenger, 71 year old Linda Clark, also of Ramsey, Minnesota, were taken to Hannibal Regional Hospital for treatment. Harold Clark suffered minor injuries. Linda Clark’s injuries were described as moderate.