Missouri Resident Injured after Striking Towed Mobile Home

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Licking, Missouri man towing a mobile home has roadway partially blocked, leading to a serious injury crash.

On September 13, 2011 at approximately 8:05 p.m., 69 year old Thomas McCullum of Licking, Missouri was operating a 1984 Chevrolet Truck traveling northbound on Route C, about 3.2 miles north of Licking. At that said time and place, 21 year old Mickey Arvin of Licking, Missouri was operating a 1988 Ford F150 truck also traveling northbound on Route C.

At this time, Arvin was towing a mobile home behind his pickup truck and had the roadway partly blocked. Due to the blocked roadway, McCullum was unable to avoid contact with Arvin and struck the rear of the mobile home.

Thomas McCullum was transported by EMS to Texas County Memorial Hospital in Houston Missouri was moderate injuries. The at-fault driver, Arvin, was not injured in the crash. Both drivers possessed insurance coverage for their vehicles at the time of the crash.

McCullum’s vehicle received extensive damage in the crash and was towed from the scene by A1 Towing of Houston, Missouri. The at-fault vehicle and mobile home received no damage in the crash and was driven from the scene. Both drivers were exempt from wearing their safety devices.

This crash was investigated by Missouri State Highway Patrol trooper D.B. Pounds of Troop G.


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