NEW HAVEN, MO. – According to Missouri State Highway Patrol, Graden Lovelace, 20, of New Haven, MO, was involved in a crash with Joshua Blankenship, 27, of Sedalia Missouri on Saturday morning August 13th 2016.

The crash report states that Blankenship crossed the center line driving a 2000 Mistsubishi Eclipse on U.S . Highway 50, crashing head-on into Graden Lovelace and his 1992 Chevrolet Silverado pick up truck. The report says the two vehicles caught fire after the collision. Graden Lovelace was pronounced deceased on the scene by Moniteau County Coroner Lloyd Fulks at 1:02 a.m. The report also states that Blankenship suffered serious injuries and was in critical condition when he was transported by Mid Mo Ambulance and then the Staff For Life helicopter, to the University of Missouri Hospital.

The Missouri State Highway Patrol report stated that Lovelace was wearing his seat belt, but Blankenship was not.

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Climax Springs, Missouri- A report from Missouri Highway Patrol’s, Troop A, states that two trucks and one car, crashed on Highway 7 in Benton County, north of Route AA.

The head-on crash occurred on Sunday, June 26th at approximately 4:30 p.m.

The report states that George Duff, 54, of Sunrise Beach, was the driver of a 1990 Dodge Dakota truck that crossed the center line, traveling northbound, and struck a southbound 2013 Chevrolet Sonic head-on. A third automobile, a 1996 Chevrolet pick up truck, driven by Rachel Ferguson, 42, of Versailles, rear-ended Duff’s pickup.

Near Belle and Bland Missouri-

According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol report #160393203, four people were injured in a terrible car crash that happened in Osage County yesterday afternoon.

The crash happened at 3:45 p.m. on Sunday, June 19th, on Missouri Highway 28, about one mile east of Missouri Route NN.

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Marion County, Missouri- 

A head-on collision occurred on U.S. Highway 36, 5 miles east of Monroe City, on Sunday June 12th at about 3:00 p.m.

According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol report, a 1987 Corvette being driven Gary C. Garner of Monroe City, was eastbound when Garner lost control and entered into oncoming, westbound traffic. Garner’s Corvette collided head-on into a 2013 Toyota Prius, driven by David P. Workman, 54, of Naperville, Illinois.

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Austin J. Deluca, 21, of St. James Missouri was walking along Route B, 5 miles north of St. James, Missouri.

According to a Missouri State Highway Patrol report, Deluca was then struck by a southbound 2005 Lincoln Towne Car driven by Douglas S. King, 88, of St. James Missouri.

Austin Deluca suffered serious injuries as a result of this pedestrian accident and was flown by Mercy Helicopter to the University Hospital in Columbia.

June 6, 2016

According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol crash report, a fatal accident caused the death of two passengers from Eldon and injured two others at approximately 11:48 pm on Friday night on US Highway 54 at Walnut Grove Road in Miller County.

One of the drivers was arrested and charged with multiple felonies.

*** UPDATE ***

Thursday June 2, 2016                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  

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Crawford County Missouri-

Samantha A. Davis, 18, of Bourbon Missouri, was driving a Moped with passenger, Christopher J. Peters, 24, of Sullivan Missouri. They were westbound on a I-44 north service road, Monday, May 30th, 2016 at about 9:30 p.m.

Kevin D. Sappington, 47, of Leasburg, Missouri was also westbound on the service road, driving a 2002 Saturn L100 Sedan.

Queen City Missouri-

According to a Missouri State Highway Patrol report, a Queen City man is the latest victim of a car crash involving a motorcycle.

Darren L. Garrison, 68, of Queen City MO, was riding his 1993 Harley Davidson shortly before 2:00 p.m. on Monday, April 18th, 2016.