Six Suffer Minor Injuries in Weekend Traffic Crashes
A total of six northeast Missourians suffered minor injuries in weather-related traffic crashed Sunday.
Four members of a Palmyra family escape with minor injuries in a single vehicle crash on Highway 36 west of New Cambria in Macon County at 9 a.m. Sunday.
The Highway Patrol reports 30 year old Audra Brentlinger was eastbound when her Jeep slid on the snow covered roadway, ran off the road and overturned.
Brentlinger and her three passengers, her children, 7 year old Ziek Brentlinger, 10 year old Auroa Long and 12 year old Victor Montaged, were taken to Samaritan Hospital in Macon for treatment.
Two suffer minor injuries in a three-car chain reaction crash on Highway 6 east of Maywood in Marion County at 10:40 a.m. Sunday.
The Highway Patrol reports 62 year old David Komerous of Brashear and 63 year old Mary Phillips of Maywood were both eastbound when Phillips slowed down for a third vehicle which was parked. Komerous struck the Phillips car in the rear, and the Phillips car struck the parked car.
Komerous sought his own treatment. Phillips was taken to Blessing Hospital for treatment.