The Missouri State Highway Patrol report states, the accident occurred at approximately 5:15 a.m. on Highway 63, between the small towns of Vienna and Freeburg.
October 4, 2016- Boone County Missouri- According to reports, the Boone County Fire Protection District has confirmed that one man in a van is dead following a terrible car crash at approximately 9:00 a.m. involving a dump truck. The fatality crash happened on Highway 40 between Midway and Rocheport, just west of Columbia.
The Missouri Department of Transportation communicated using Twitter that Highway 40 has been shutdown in both directions near at Route J. The road is expected to be closed for several hours, according to MODOT.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol is investigating as to what caused the crash.
If you are from northern Boone County, chances are you know someone from the Bowne family. We are sad to learn that this morning’s car crash on Highway 63 claimed the life of Ron Bowne, 62, of Clark, Missouri. The two vehicle crash occurred at approximately 6:30 a.m. and involved a box truck that was merging onto Highway 63 South, according to reports.
Ronald Bowne, 62, of Clark Missouri was pronounced dead by Boone County Ambulance EMT, Stephanie Kelly, at approximately 6:50 a.m.
It is apparent that Sherrie B. Pyatt of Belle Missouri was loved by many. If you are in doubt, check out the Facebook page of “Office of the Maries County Sheriff Chris Heitman“. Comments of love, prayers and fond memories fill the post breaking the sad news of her death.
According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol report, the incident that led to the death of Sherrie Pyatt, 77, of Belle Missouri, took place Tuesday night September 13th 2016 at approximately 7:45 p.m. The report states that Ms. Pyatt was southbound on Missouri Route EE, near 5th street, in her motorized wheelchair, when she was struck from behind by a southbound, 2014 Chevrolet Impala driven by Charles R. Creason, 79, also from Belle Missouri.
As harvest time approaches, more and more farm tractors will be utilizing roadways to access their farms and crops. Tragedy struck a farming community yesterday afternoon, September 8th, 2016 at 1:30 p.m. CST.
According to multiple reports, a farmer, Steven Welsh, 68, of DeWitt Iowa was operating his John Deere farm tractor while travelling northbound on U.S. Highway 61, near Welton Iowa.
It is a tough week in Harrisonville Missouri which is just south of Kansas City. Yesterday afternoon, August 23rd 2016, as Harrisonville High School dismissed at approximately 3:00 p.m., a student of the high school lost control of his vehicle and struck another student, who was walking home from school.
A 14-year-old freshman at Harrisonville High School died on Tuesday afternoon when he was struck by the driver of an SUV on a sidewalk in the 1100 block of east Elm.
The Missouri Highway Patrol says the crash happened around 3 p.m. on Elm Street. A student of Harrisonville High School was the driver of a 1980 Chevrolet Blazer that traveled off of the left side of the roadway, went into a ditch, crossed back over the roadway and hit another student who was walking on the sidewalk. The 17-year-old driver then crashed into a house.
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.