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Accident Reports From the Missouri State Highway Patrol: May 22, 2012

Two vehicle accident in Henry County injures five

Just after 5 o’clock Sunday evening, the Missouri State Highway Patrol reported a two-vehicle injury accident on Missouri Highway 13 North of County Road Southeast 1100 in Henry County. The accident occurred according to the report as the 2011 Chevrolet, driven by 49-year-old Robert Shirley of Smithville, overtook a 1993 Dodge, driven by a Deepwater driver, who was not named in the report, and struck it in the rear. 15-year-old Rocky Sell, and 48-year-old Timothy Sell in the Dodge vehicle received serious injuries. 15-year-old Rocky Sell was taken to Children’s Mercy by Air Ambulance, while Timothy Sell was transported by Air Ambulance to St Lukes for treatment. There were three injuries in the Shirley vehicle, 77-year-old Lauren Shirley, and 77-year-old Lila Shirley of Lincoln received minor injuries, while  50-year-old Shirley Shirley of Smithville received moderate injuries, all three were transported to Golden Valley Hospital by private vehicle for treatment. Charges are pending in the accident.

 

Two-Concordia men injured in a one vehicle accident Monday night

At 8:38 Monday night, the Missouri state highway Patrol reported a one-vehicle accident on Missouri 23 North of Route “E” in Johnson County. The accident happened according to the report as the driver of a 2012 Chevrolet, 21-year-old Mikal Swann of Concordia lost control of his vehicle at a high rate of speed causing the vehicle to skid off the roadway, where it traveled through tall grass, and struck a tree. A passenger 20-year-old Clinton Goldman of Concordia received moderate injuries, and was flown to Centerpoint Medical Center for treatment. Swann was transported to CenterPoint by ambulance for treatment of what was described as minor injuries.

 

One-vehicle accident in Johnson County reported Sunday night

At 8:40 Sunday night, the Missouri State Highway Patrol investigated a one-vehicle accident on US 50 Highway west of Northwest 1971. The accident reportedly happened as the 2010 Toyota driven by 57-year-old Colleen Taylor of Bonner Springs Kansas struck a deer, totaling her vehicle. Taylor received minor injuries, and was taken by EMS to Lee’s Summit Medical Center for treatment.

 

Sedalia woman injured in a Johnson County accident

Around 9:25 Monday morning, the Missouri State Highway Patrol, and the Warrensburg Police reported a two-vehicle accident on Route DD west of Missouri 13. The accident occurred according to the report as a 1994 Ford driven by 45-year-old Kimberly Williams of Sedalia made a left turn, and was struck in the rear by a 2006 KIA, driven by 40-year-old Courtney Walters of Warrensburg. Williams was wearing a seatbelt, and received minor injuries. She was taken to Western Missouri Medical Center by private vehicle for treatment. The accident report states charges are pending.

 

21-year-old Sedalia woman injured in a collision with a deer

The Missouri state Highway patrol reported a one-vehicle accident on US 50 Highway west of Business 13 in Johnson County at 10:18 Monday night. The accident happened as the 2002 Honda driven by 21-year-old Cassie Lee of Sedalia struck a deer totaling the vehicle. Lee was taken to Western Missouri Medical Center by ambulance for treatment.

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