Three Injured in Jackson County Crash

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In Jackson County, three Lone Jack, Missouri residents are injured after a collision Tuesday evening.

On July 31, 2012 at approximately 9:50 p.m., Makayla Brown, age 18 and of Lone Jack, Missouri was operating a 2004 Hyundai Sonata and traveling in the westbound direction. Yamile Oberlechner, age 18 and of Lone Jack, Missouri was operating a 2011 Mitsubishi Outlander and traveling in the westbound direction on highway F. Ralene Oberlechner-Gimple, age 55 and family member, was the passenger in Yamile’s vehicle during the time of the crash.

At that said time and place, both vehicle were traveling in the westbound direction on highway F. The collision occurred as Makayla was stopped at a stop sign on Al Gossett Road and entered the intersection making a left turn in front of Yamile’s vehicle, causing Yamile to collide with Makayla’s vehicle.

Makayla Brown received serious injuries from the crash and was transported to Research Hospital by Life Flight. Yamile and Ralene both suffered moderate injuries and were transported by SNI Valley to Centerpoint Medical Center.

Makayla’s 2004 Hydundai received total damages from the collision and was towed by ABC Tow. Yamile’s 2011 Mitsubishi received extensive damages and was towed by ABC Tow.

This auto-crash was investigated by the Missouri State Highway Patrol and with the assistance of troop A and the Lone Jack Police Department.

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