Pettis County Accident Wednesday injures an Otterville man and Sedalia Teen

At 7:50pm Wednesday night the Missouri state Highway Patrol reported a two-vehicle accident on US-50 Highway at Highway “O” in Pettis County. The accident reports states the accident occurred as the 1992 GMC Sierra driven by 19-year-old Dilon J. Pettis of Hughesville failed to stop at a stop sign, and struck a 2009 Pontiac G-5 driven by 44-year-old Scott L. Miller of Otterville. The report says both vehicles travelled off the roadway, where the Pontiac overturned, causing moderate injuries to Miller the driver. Miller was transported to University Hospital by Pettis County EMS for treatment. Also injured in the crash was a passenger in the Pettis vehicle, 19-year-old Seth L. Wollery of Sedalia. Woolery was reportedly taken to Bothwell Regional Health Center by family for treatment of minor injuries.

Two-Warrensburg victims injured in a rollover accident Thursday night

At 10:40pm Thursday night the Missouri State Highway patrol reported a one-vehicle rollover accident on Eastbound US-50 Highway at Northwest 250 Road in Johnson County. The accident happened according to the report as the 2000 Dodge Neon driven by 23-year-old Deandre D. Davis of Warrensburg travelled off of the roadway, struck two signs, and a tree, then overturned. Davis and a passenger 21-year-old Stephanie A. Lasker also of Warrensburg received moderate injuries in the accident, and were transported to Research Medical Center by Johnson County EMS for treatment.

Two-vehicle accident in Johnson County injures a Windsor man Tuesday morning

Around 6:45am Tuesday morning Security Personnel at Whiteman Air Force Base investigated a two-vehicle accident in the area of LeMay Gate at Highway 23 in Johnson County. According to the report the accident was the result of a 2000 Ford Focus driven by 23-year-old Quincy J. Hodges of Whiteman Air Force Base attempting to make a left hand turn into the airbase, and failing to yield to a 1988 Chevrolet driven by 59-year-old Ricky Isley of Windsor. Isley received minor injuries in the accident, and was transported to Western Missouri Medical, by Whiteman Ambulance for treatment.

Driver found at home after a Johnson County accident Monday night

Just after 11pm Monday night the Missouri State Highway patrol investigated a rollover accident, where the driver left the scene. The accident reportedly occurred on Route “M” North of County Road Northwest 500 in Johnson, when the 1997 Chevrolet S-10 driven by 32-year-old Terry N. Skaggs of Centerview ran off the roadway, and overturned. Skaggs had left the scene of the accident prior to the arrival of the Missouri State Highway patrol, and was contacted later at his residence. The vehicle was totaled according to the report. Skaggs received minor injuries, but refused treatment.

Rear end collision injures a 17-year-old Sweet Springs man Thursday afternoon

At 3:30pm Thursday a 2008 Toyota driven by 34-year-old John A. Welton of Otterville overtook a 2004 Pontiac driven by 17-year-old Caleb M. Martin on Route “EE” at 130th Road in Saline County, and struck it in the rear end. A Missouri State Highway Patrol report states Martin received minor injuries in the crash, and was taken to I-70 Medical Center by private vehicle for treatment.