Driver Attempts Turn and Caused a Four-Vehicle Crash

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In Randolph County, a resident of Moberly strikes the passenger side of another vehicle as they were attempting to make a turn onto an outer road which caused two other vehicles to be involved in this crash.

On November 23, 2011 at approximately 9:20 p.m., Christopher Duncan, age 57 and resident of Moberly, Missouri was operating a 1998 Chevrolet traveling in the eastbound direction of US 24. Ashley Lampe, age 18 and a resident of Salisbury, Missouri was operating a 2005 Ford traveling in the westbound direction of US 24. The first participant to be involved after the collision is Larissa Davis, age 22 and from Brookfield, Missouri was operating a 1999 Ford traveling in the northbound direction of US 24. Also, the second participant of this crash is Terrence Manley, age 34 and from Macon, Missouri was operating a 1997 Ford traveling in the northbound direction on US 24 as well.

At that said time and place, Ashley was traveling on US 24 in the westbound direction as she attempted to turn onto an east outer road in Moberly. Ashley pulled into the path of Christopher as he was traveling eastbound on that same road which caused Christopher to strike the passenger side of her vehicle. Ashley’s vehicle then overturned and slid into Larissa’s vehicle which then caused Larissa ‘s vehicle to slide backwards and collide with Terrence.

The only participant of this crash to receive medical attention is Christopher Duncan’s passenger, Christina Duncan, age 12 and from Moberly. She received moderate injuries and was transported by the Randolph County ambulance to Moberly Regional Medical Center where she would be treated for her medical condition.

Ashley Lampe’s 2005 Ford received extensive damages caused by this crash and was towed by Smith’s Towing. Christopher’s 1998 Chevrolet received extensive damages as well and was towed by Eb’s Towing. Larissa’s 1999 Ford obtained only moderate damages and was towed by Prather’s Towing and Terrence’s 1997 Ford managed to receive minor damages as he was able to drive from the scene of the crash.

This auto-crash was investigated by the Missouri State Highway Patrol and with the assistance of Trooper E. Ruckenbrod of Troop B.


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