Three Richwoods residents were injured Sunday in Jefferson County when their 1994 Toyota Camry struck an embankment.
According to the Missouri Highway Patrol, Marcie L. Hornbeck, 26, was eastbound on Route H at 11:25 a.m. when an unknown vehicle traveled into her path at Dry Creek Road. She swerved to avoid the vehicle, and her vehicle went off the north side of the road and struck an embankment.
Hornbeck suffered moderate injuries and her passengers, Lisa M. Powell, 29 and Markas S. Travis, 30, suffered minor injuries. All had been wearing their seat belts. The three were taken by ambulance to Jefferson Regional Hospital.
Damage to the vehicle was listed as total.
A Cadet woman and a Belgrade teenager received minor injuries Sunday when their vehicles collided on Route 21 at Diamond Road in Washington County.
According to Highway Patrol reports, the accident occurred at 1:50 p.m. Kristina S. Reeves, 17, was westbound in a 1998 Ford Escort when a northbound 2007 Dodge Ram driven by Mary L. DeClue, 39, pulled out in front of her. The front of the Escort struck the side of the Ram.
Both women, who had been wearing seat belts, were taken by ambulance to Washington County Memorial Hospital. Damage to the Ram was listed as moderate and damage to the Escort was listed as total.
A Farmington man received minor injuries Saturday when two 2004 Dodge vehicles collided in Iron County.
According to the Highway Patrol, one of the vehicles, driven by William R. Murdock, 45, of Arcadia, was northbound on Missouri 21 at 3:10 p.m. when it stopped for no apparent reason about .1 mile south of Arcadia. The other Dodge, driven by John T. Glanzer, 50, of Arcadia, struck Murdock’s vehicle in the rear.
Glanzer’s passenger, Dennis T. Lix, 37, was injured and was taken by ambulance to Iron County Hospital. No injuries were listed for either driver. All three had been wearing seat belts.
Damage to each vehicle was listed as minor.