Weekend Traffic Crashes
Traffic crashes kept law enforcement busy over the Easter weekend.A multi vehicle crash around 1:45 this (MON) morning stopped traffic on Quincy’s Bayview Bridge for about an hour. Police say a car rear ended a pickup and pushed it in front of a semi. The driver of the car and a passenger were taken to Blessing Hospital for treatment.
A one car crash on Ralls County Route H-H a mile south of New London at 6:40 Saturday evening injures the driver and a passenger. The Missouri Highway Patrol says a car driven by 23 year old Jakob Drebes went off the road and hit a culvert. Drebes and a passenger—23 year old Anthony Utley were taken to Hannibal Regional Hospital for treatment of moderate injuries.
A one car rollover crash on US 136 three miles east of Wayland late Saturday afternoon results minor injuries for an Alexandria woman. The Missouri Highway Patrol says a car driven by 39 year old Tanya Happs went off the road and hit a utility pole. Happs vehicle came to rest on its top. She was taken to Keokuk Area Hospital for treatment.
A Laddonia man is recovering from minor injuries following the crash of a flotation sprayer on Audrain County Route D at 3:20 Saturday afternoon. The Missouri Highway Patrol says the sprayer driven by 25 year old Glenn Jensen went off the road. Jensen overcorrected causing the load to shift and overturn the vehicle. Jensen was taken to Audrain Medical Center in Mexico for treatment of minor injuries.
A one car crash on Pike County Road 206 east of Missouri 79 at 4:15 Saturday morning results in injuries for the driver and three passengers. The Missouri Highway Patrol says a car driven by 38 year old Christopher Humberg of Bolingbrook Illinois went out of control and off the road. The car hit a culvert… went airborne… hit an embankment and overturned. Three passengers were injured. 35 year old Paully Carlton of Quincy sustained serious injuries. 35 year old Dana Church and 35 year old Ellana Fredericks—also of Quincy sustained moderate injuries. Humberg and Carlton were airlifted to Mercy Hospital in Creve Coeur. Church and Fredericks were taken to St. Joseph Hospital West