Boone County – Three people are seriously injured in Harrisburg, MO Thursday night.
On May 2, 2013 at approximately 5:49 p.m., Kimberly D. Harvey, age 40 from Fayette, Missouri was operating a 2004 Toyota Camry. Harold K. Burnham, age 59 from Columbia, Missouri was operating a 2008 Ford F150. Amy L. Ivicsics, age 37 from Harrisburg, Missouri was operating a 2013 Hyundai Elantra.
At that said date and time, Burnham was traveling in the eastbound direction on MO-124 west. The crash occurred when Burnham traveled off the right side of the highway and over corrected. Burnham’s truck then struck the side of Harvey’s car. Burnham lost control of the vehicle and hit Ivicsics’s car head-on. Burnham and Ivicsics travelled off the north side of MO-124 where Burnham’s truck overturned and came to rest on top of Ivicsics’ car. Burnham’s truck caught fire and bystanders had to help pull Ivicsics to safety.
Burnham was taken to University Hospital by Boone ambulance with moderate injuries. Ivicsics was taken by ambulance to University Hospital with serious injuries. Harvey was taken by private conveyance to University Hospital and was reported to have minor injuries. According to officials, Harvey and Ivicsics were wearing their seat belts, but it is unknown if whether Burnham was wearing his seatbelt.
Burnham’s 2008 Ford F150 and Ivicsics’ 2013 Hyundai Elantra both received total damages and were towed from the scene by Carl’s Towing. Harvey’s 2004 Toyota Camry was towed by Mid-Mo Auto Salvage of Fayette.
This crash was investigated by Sergeant C. Harrison and assisted by Corporal S. Ballard of the Missouri State Highway Patrol Troop F.
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