Three people were injured Wednesday afternoon in a Pettis County vehicle wreck.

The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported the wreck at approximately 4:00, on US-65 at Route HH.

According to the online crash report, a Dodge Caravan was traveling on Route HH, while a Chevy C10 was traveling north on US-65. A Dodge Encore was reportedly stationary in the westbound lane of Route HH. The Dodge Caravan crossed the highway and into the path of the Chevy, causing a collision. The Chevy then struck the Dodge Encore and all three vehicles came to rest.

The driver of the Chevy, 74-year old William C. Cole, and a passenger, 59-year old Betty E. Cole, both of Marshall, suffered moderate injuries. They were taken to Western Missouri Medical Center by PCAD for treatment.

The driver of the Caravan, 47-year old Ronald J. Reuter, of Pilot Grove, suffered minor injuries and reportedly declined treatment.

The driver of the Dodge Encore, 64-year old Debra L. States, of Sedalia, was reportedly uninjured.

Randy Kirby