Johnson County accident injures a Kingsville man this (Tuesday) morning

Just before 8am this (Tuesday) morning the Missouri State Highway Patrol reported a one-vehicle injury accident on Route “AA” and County Road Southwest 515 in Johnson County. According to the report the accident occurred as the driver of a 2007 Saturn, 42-year-old Phillip Lagup of Kingsville crested a hill, and saw a vehicle coming out of a private driveway. Lagup attempted to avoid striking the vehicle and began to skid. The vehicle crossed the centerline, ran off the roadway, and then travelled into a ditch, and overturned, coming to rest on its wheels. Lagup suffered moderate injuries, and was taken to Lee’s Summit Medical Center for treatment.

Three Whiteman Airforce Base residence injured in a Pettis County accident Sunday

At 8:40pm Sunday night the Missouri State Highway Patrol reported a two-vehicle accident on US-50 Highway and Missouri 127 in Pettis County. The accident reportedly happened as a 2011 Dodge Durango driven by 55-year-old Robert A. Simon of Sedalia attempted to cross the Westbound lanes of 50 Highway, and travelled into the path of the 2006 Hyundai Elantra driven by 28-year-old Autumn G. Woods of Whiteman Airforce Base Knob Noster. The Elantra began to skid as Woods attempted to avoid a collision, but the vehicles collided in the righthand lane of 50 Highway. The Woods vehicle then ran off the roadway where it came to rest, and the Simon vehicle came to rest in the left lane of 50 Highway. Woods and her two passenger’s 5-year-old Carter E. Woods, and 2-year-old Camden T. Woods of Whiteman were all wearing safety devices, and suffered minor injuries. They were transported to Bothwell Regional Health Center by private vehicle for treatment. Both vehicles were extensively damaged and were towed from the scene by Don’s Towing.