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Jefferson City, Missouri – A Tuscumbia woman was arrested on suspicion of driving while intoxicated after crashing her car and seriously injuring her passenger.

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.

A passenger riding in the car, Amy McDonald, 20, of Holts Summit, was ejected and sustained serious injuries.

MONETT, Mo. – Three people are injured in a two-vehicle crash on Highway 60 at Barry County Farm Road 1100 east of Monett.

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.

CALLAWAY COUNTY – A Fulton Missouri resident suffered serious injuries in a rollover car accident on Sunday, December 20th at 12:30pm.

According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol’s report, Richard D. Wiseman, 55, of Fulton Missouri was traveling eastbound on Highway 54 in a 2004 Ford F-250 pick-up truck, when Norman L. Porter, 82, pulled out into the path of Wiseman, driving a 2014 Fiat 500.

The crash occurred on the highway’s eastbound lanes near Route BB, between New Bloomfield and Fulton.


The accident happened on southbound I-29 at the 45 mile marker in St. Joseph, MO., at approximately 8:40 pm on Monday evening, September 28th.

Richard Palmer’s 2015 Chevrolet pick up truck, which was pulling a trailer, was stopped on the roadway with it’s emergency flashers on. Palmer, 63, was outside of his truck, when his truck and trailer was struck by a 1997 Ford, driven by Craig M Spencer, 55, of Kansas City, Missouri.

Craig Spencer’s vehicle struck Palmer’s trailer which in turn struck Palmer’s truck, which struck him. Richard Palmer sustained serious injuries and was transported to Mosaic Life Care by Buchanan County Ambulance. Craig Spencer was also transported to Mosaic Life Center with serious injuries. His 1997 Ford was totaled in the collision.

Saline County, Missouri- Marshall man has serious injuries, resulting from a rear-ended car crash on US Highway 65. Carl Girard, 43, of Marshall Missouri, was seriously injured in a car crash on Tuesday August 11th, at approximately 11:30AM.

The crash occured when Carl Girard, southbound on US Highway 65 at Route H, changed lanes and began braking to make a left hand turn. Girard’s 2005 Chevrolet, was rear-ended by a 2015 Ford, driven by Kelby Case, 22, also from Marshall Missouri.

According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol’s report, Girard was transported by Life Flight helicopter, to the University of Missouri Hospital in Columbia. Mr. Girard’s vehicle was overturned, coming to a rest on its top, in the median. Case’s Ford, travelled off the right-hand side of the highway and caught fire. Case and his passenger, Jonathan Scarborough, 16, of Marshall, were both wearing their safety devices and were taken to Fitzgibbon Hospital with moderate injuries. Girard was not wearing his safety device at the time of the crash.


The heavy rains that have been moving through the midwest, proved fatal for one Tarkio resident, Duane K. Sabins, on Monday July 6th around 12pm noon.

Duane K. Sabins, 52, of Tarkio, was southbound on Highway 59, about 2 miles south of Tarkio, when the rains were coming down hard. Sabins was driving a 2006 Suzuki, when he lost control in the rainstorm and skidded across the centerline. Sabins Suzuki, struck a 2006 Chevrolet Pickup in the drivers door, driven by Garrett J. Ball, 18, of Fairfax, before being hit by a 2007 Chevrolet SUV, driven by Ronald L. Nester, 60, also of Fairfax. 

Ronald Nester was rushed to Community Hospital in Fairfax, with serious injuries, by Atchison County Ambulance.