A Farmington man was seriously injured Saturday when his 2006 Kawasaki motorcycle overturned on Route T in Perry County.
According to the Missouri Highway Patrol, Nathen A. McKinney, 25, was westbound at 12:35 a.m. when he failed to negotiate a curve to the right. The motorcycle went off the left side of the road, .2 miles west of Woodridge Estates. The motorcycle overturned, ejecting McKinney.
He was flown by air ambulance to St. Francois Hospital in Cape Girardeau. Damage to the vehicle was listed as total.
A Potosi man received moderate injuries Saturday when his 2000 Ford overturned in Crawford County.
According to Highway Patrol reports, the accident occurred at 7:30 a.m., 11 miles east of Steelville. The reports did not identify the road on which the accident took place.
Bobby L. Steele, 41, was eastbound when he began to fall asleep and failed to negotiate a curve. The Ford went off the right side of the road. Steele overcorrected and the Ford crossed the center line. It then went off the left side of the road and overturned.
Steele, who had been wearing a seat belt, was taken by ambulance to Washington County Memorial Hospital in Potosi.
Damage to the Ford was listed as extensive.
A Farmington man received minor injuries at 4:20 a.m. Saturday when his 1992 Plymouth Acclaim overturned on Missouri 32, .8 miles east of Wolf Creek in St. Francois County.
According to the Highway Patrol reports, Drew S. LaChance, 27, was westbound when he fell asleep. The Acclaim went off the left side of the road, struck a utility pole and overturned.
LaChance, who had not been wearing a seat belt, was taken by ambulance to Parkland Health Center in Farmington. Damage to the vehicle was listed as total.
A Ste. Genevieve man received minor injuries Friday when his 2005 Dodge Caravan went off the right side of Highway 32 and overturned.
According to the Missouri Highway Patrol, John A. Gore, 70, was eastbound at 3:30 p.m. when the accident occurred.
Gore, who had been wearing a seat belt, was taken by ambulance to Mineral Area Regional Health Center.
Damage to the Caravan was listed as minor.