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Sedalia Police Crime Reports and MSHP Accident Reports: Afternoon of May 30, 2013

The following Sedalia Police crime reports and Missouri State Highway Patrol accident reports are from the afternoon of May 30, 2013.

75-year-old Sedalia man taken by Air Evac to Columbia after a fall

At 12:46 yesterday afternoon, Sedalia police, APSI, and the Sedalia Fire Department responded to a call regarding a household accident at a residence in the 1100 block of West 28th. According to the caller, a 75-year-old male victim fell down some steps at his home and had a serious head injury. The police report states the victim was taken to Columbia by Air Evac Helicopter for treatment.

Thieves steal a lawn mower and a tiller from an east side residence

Just after 3:00 Wednesday afternoon, Sedalia police took a theft complaint from a female victim in the 600 block of East Booneville. According to the victim, someone stole a lawn mower valued at $159 and a tiller worth around $200 from behind her residence. There was no information on possible suspects at the time of the police report.

Four people injured in a Saline County accident Tuesday evening

At 6:30 Tuesday evening, the Missouri State Highway Patrol reported a two-vehicle injury accident that occurred on Missouri Highway 240 at Missouri Highway 41. The accident reportedly occurred as a 1991 Nissan driven by 16-year-old Blaine Greenwood of Marshall failed to yield the right of way as he made a left turn from Highway 41 to Highway 240. The Greenwood vehicle struck a 2008 Mazda driven by 39-year-old Rebecca Drummond of Slater in the right front passenger side. Greenwood and his passenger, 17-year-old Taylor Browder of Marshall, as well as Drummond and her passenger, 15-year-old Morgan Drummond of Marshall, received moderate injuries in the accident. All four victims were transported by Saline County EMS to Fitzgibbons Hospital for treatment.

37-year-old Windsor woman injured in a one-vehicle accident Wednesday

Around 12:45 Wednesday afternoon, the Missouri State Highway patrol reported an injury accident on Missouri Highway 52 at Pepper Creek in Pettis County. The accident happened as the 1998 Pontiac Trans Sport driven by 37-year-old Amy Powers of Windsor traveled off the roadway and struck a bridge, causing the vehicle to overturn. Powers was wearing her seatbelt and escaped with minor injuries.  She refused treatment at the scene. The vehicle was reportedly totaled.

Accident on a gravel road in Johnson County reported Wednesday morning

A two-vehicle accident was reported by the Missouri State Highway Patrol at 8:25 Wednesday morning. According to the accident report, a 2006 Chrysler driven by 23-year-old Dereck Dugger of Windsor and a 2009 Chevrolet driven by 25-year-old Casey Phelps of Knob Noster met at the crest of a county gravel road just West of Missouri 23. The accident report states the vehicles sideswiped each other, causing moderate damage to both vehicles and minor injuries to Phelps. Phelps was taken to Western Missouri Medical Center in Warrensburg for treatment.

Lafayette County accident reported Wednesday injures an Odessa woman

Just before 7:30 Wednesday morning, the Missouri State Highway Patrol reported a two-vehicle accident on Newton Road East of Route “00” in Lafayette County. The accident occurred as a 2004 Pontiac driven by 20-year-old Alicia Helton of Odessa and a 2007 Nissan driven by 41-year-old Angela Jackson of Odessa both crossed the center line and struck each other in the front driver’s side. Helton suffered minor injuries and was taken to St. Mary’s Hospital by Odessa EMS for treatment.

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