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Missouri State Highway Patrol Accident Reports: December 27, 2012

Here are your Missouri State Highway Patrol accident reports for the morning of Dec. 27, 2012.

Fatal ATV crash reported in Benton County Sunday

Around midnight Sunday night the Missouri State Highway Patrol reported a non-traffic fatality accident on private property three tenths of a mile North of 40913 Violet Avenue near Cross Timbers in Benton County. The accident occurred as an ATV driven by 54-year-old Darrell Edgeman of Elkland, Mo. overturned on a steep incline onto Edgeman. He was pronounced deceased by the coroner at the scene at 5:30 Monday morning.

Three people injured in a Pettis County accident this (Thursday) morning

At 1:15 this (Thursday) morning, the Missouri State Highway Patrol reported a one-vehicle accident on Drake Road and Route “T” in Pettis County. The accident reportedly happened as the driver of a 1999 Pontiac, 21-year-old Demetrius Scott of Sedalia, failed to negotiate a curve, traveled off the roadway, struck a ditch and hit an embankment. Scott and a passenger, 19-year-old Michael Douglas of Sedalia, received moderate injuries and were taken by EMS to Bothwell Hospital for treatment. Another passenger, 17-year-old Jacob Haulcy of Sedalia, received serious injuries and was transported by air ambulance to University Hospital for treatment. The accident is currently under investigation.

Johnson County Accident injures two male victims

Just after 7:00 Wednesday night, the Missouri state Highway Patrol reported an injury accident on 50 highway at Northwest 1601 Road in Johnson County. The accident occurred as the Southbound 2012 Kia driven by 62-year-old David Silberstein of Sedalia failed to yield to the 2012 Chevrolet driven by 59-year-old Gary Maricle of Liberty, Mo., causing his vehicle to strike the Kia. Silberstein received serious injuries,and was taken by Lifeflight to Research Hospital in Kansas City for treatment. Maricle suffered moderate injuries and was taken to Research Hospital by EMS for treatment.

Sedalia man injured in a Johnson County accident Christmas morning

At 10:45 a.m. on Dec. 25, the Missouri State Highway Patrol investigated a accident that occurred on Highway 50 at Northwest 121 in Johnson County. The accident happened as the 2004 Chevrolet driven by 81-year-old Carl Rosenburg of Springfield, Mo. attempted to cross 50 Highway and failed to yield to the 2012 Nissan driven by 64-year-old Duane Schulte of Sedalia, and struck it in the passenger’s side. A passenger in the Schulte vehicle, 63-year-old Lizhong Schulte, received minor injuries and was transported to Lee’s Summit Hospital by Johnson County EMS.

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