Two are hurt, one seriously, in a motorcycle crash on Highway 168 east of Palmyra in Marion County at 6:35 p.m. Friday.

The Highway Patrol reports 40 year old Joseph Sodari of Palmyra was eastbound when his motorcycle struck a dog in the road, ejecting both Sodari and his passenger, 37 year old Joy Williams of Liberty, from the bike.

Both Sodari and Williams were taken to Blessing Hospital in Quincy for treatment. Williams suffered serious injuries. Sodari’s injuries were described as minor.


A Palmyra teenager suffers minor injuries in a one car crash on Ralls County Route O south of Hannibal just after 9 p.m. Sunday.

The Highway Patrol reports a 17 year old juvenile female from Palmyra attempted to turn onto Route O and her car went into a ditch.

The juvenile was taken to Hannibal Regional Hospital for treatment of minor injuries.

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