Four Marshall residents were injured in a two-vehicle crash that occurred in Pettis County Monday morning.

According to the MSHP, a southbound GMC Sierra sideswiped a southbound 2010 Toyota Camry driven by 43-year-old Maria S. Flores of Marshall at 7:15 a.m. June 24 on US 65 at Wildwood. The Camry left the roadway and struck a culvert and a road sign. The Sierra apparently left the scene, as no information is available on the driver. The Camry had extensive damage.

Injured were Flores with serious injuries, as well as her passengers, 38-year-old Maria Miranda of Marshall (serious), 29-year-old Ena S. Ramirez De Alvarez of Marshall (minor), and 62-year-old Noris C. Alvarez of Marshall (minor). Flores and Ramirez were taken to Bothwell Regional Health Center, while Alvarez and Miranda were taken to Fitzgibbon Hospital, all by PCAD.

Randy Kirby