A Vandalia citizen and mother, Hannah Landers, was hospitalized after her SUV was struck by an oncoming train.
A Missouri State Highway Patrol crash report states that Hannah Landers, 26, was northbound on County Road 577, near Highway 54 in Audrain County.
A Missouri State Highway Patrol report confirms that two men were killed in a terrible head-on collision on Highway 68 in Phelps County.
The accident occurred shortly before 8:30 a.m. on Sunday November 5th, 2017. The location was on Highway 68 approximately one and a half miles south of Highway 8.
According to a report from the Missouri State Highway Patrol, the crash occurred as a northbound vehicle, driven by 44-year-old Joaquin Vasquez-Gutierrez, of Sedalia, reportedly struck the rear of another northbound vehicle, driven by 63-year-old James Middleton, of Independence, which reportedly caused Vasquez’s vehicle to cross the center line and into the path of a south bound vehicle, driven by 20-year-old Morgan Hightree, of Jameson.
Hightree’s vehicle traveled off the roadway after striking the Vasquez vehicle, where another southbound vehicle, driven by 21-year-old Taylor Case, of Alma, reportedly also struck the Vasquez vehicle.
A Missouri State Highway Patrol crash report #170693576 states, Kendra Vaughan, 20, of Tuscumbia, was driving northbound on Route B, just south of Moreau River. The report states that Vaughan drove off of the right side of Route B crashing into a concrete traffic barrier.
According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol report and several others, Christopher M. Roach, 47, of Dixon, was traveling southbound on Highway 133 in Maries County on Sunday afternoon at approximately 4:40 p.m. He was driving a 2000 Chevrolet truck.
A northbound 2013 Dodge Challenger, driven by John R. Maynard, 19, of St. James Missouri, reportedly crossed the centerline of Highway 133 and struck Christopher’s truck in a head-on collision. The accident occurred about 2 miles north of Brinktown.
Harrisburg, Missouri- When the sound of ambulances and fire trucks ring through the air, it can literally take your breath away. Instant prayers go out by the hundreds following the first responders to the scene of an accident.
Many of us are now mourning the loss of a great man, Brian Simpson of Harrisburg, Missouri.
State troopers say 46-year-old Daniel Gulley of Springfield was westbound in a Freightliner box truck at 6:48 a.m. Wednesday, when he attempted to turn left in front of an eastbound SUV, and struck the vehicle, being driven by 24-year-old Marvin Flores-Casimiro of Verona.
Two occupants in the SUV, one-year-old Sasha Flores and 27-year-old Beatriz Juarez, both of Verona, were airlifted to Mercy Hospital in Springfield for treatment of moderate and serious injuries, respectively. Neither were wearing seat belts, according to the report.
Donna Evans, 77, of Climate Springs Missouri, was airlifted by the Staff For Life Helicopter to University Hospital in Columbia, for treatment of serious injuries she suffered in a serious car crash on Saturday September 16th 2017, just before 2:00 p.m. on US Highway 54 at Route A in Camden County.
According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol accident report, a 2015 Ford Escape driven by William Evans, 89, also of Climate Springs Missouri, failed to yield to a 2006 Jeep Liberty driven by Amanda Newman, 28, of Camdenton Missouri. Donna Evans was a passenger in the Ford Escape.
A recent study conducted by the vehicle tracking company, Geotab, identifies the most dangerous highways in each state, based on fatality rates. In Missouri, the deadliest highway was U.S. 63 Highway, a north-south highway that passes through Columbia and Jefferson City. In Kansas, the study found the deadliest highway was Interstate 70.
Geotab pulls statistics from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and the Federal Highway Administration, and adjusts the data for average daily traffic counts.