A one-vehicle crash in Benton County sent a Warsaw man to the hospital on Tuesday morning. According to the Highway Patrol, 62-year-old Greg Kirby was traveling on Highway 65 North of the West Dam Access Road, when he ran off the road crossing over the Northbound Lanes, hit a rock embankment, and overturned. According to the report, Kirby was not wearing and seatbelt and received serious injuries, and was airlifted to University Hospital for treatment.
A man from Camdenton was seriously injured during a one-vehicle crash in Morgan County on Tuesday. According to the Highway Patrol, 28-year-old Arthur Thomas was driving on Highway 5 just north of Laurie when his car hydroplaned, ran off the road, and overturned. Thomas was reportedly not wearing a seatbelt and received serious injuries in the 3:32 pm crash.
A two-vehicle crash in Dallas County on Tuesday afternoon sent 4 people to the hospital. According to the Highway Patrol, the wreck happened on Highway 65 at Kelly Road, about 2 miles from Buffalo, when 44-year-old Barbara Horsman of Buffalo was crossing highway 65 and was hit by a vehicle driven by 66-year-old Charles Conover of Springfield. Horseman and her passenger, a 9-year-old boy received moderate injuries and were transported to Mercy Hospital in Springfield. Conover and his passenger 66-year-old Wilma Conover of Springfield also received moderate injuries and were transported to Cox Hospital in Springfield.