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The Missouri State Highway Patrol (MSHP) reported a three-car crash resulting in serious injuries Wednesday evening. Several more accidents were also reported during the past week.
MSHP reports that a three-car collision occurred at 7:09 Wednesday evening at Highway 47 and Toby Meadows Rd in St. Francois County.
Cars driven by Keelan Bowers of Farmington and Jimmy Revelle of Fredericktown were stopped for an animal in the road when a third car, a 2013 Dodge Dart, driven by Casey Moser, 27, of Fredericktown, crashed into the rear of the vehicle driven by Revelle. The impact of the collision forced Revelle’s vehicle into the rear of the 2009 Toyota driven by Bowers.
Moser was transported to Parkland Health Center with serious injuries. Revelle and the occupant in his car, Carrie Revelle, were also transported to Parkland Health Center with injuries listed as minor.
Damage to the Moser and Revelle vehicles was listed as totaled while the Bowers vehicle was driven from the scene.
A two-car collision resulted in moderate damage and a minor injury Wednesday afternoon.
The patrol reports that a 2004 Chevrolet Cavalier, driven by Taylor Dowd, 26, of Irondale crossed the center line on Old Irondale Road and collided with a 2019 Ford Fiesta driven by Tamera Cassidy, 61, of Bismarck.
Cassidy was transported by private conveyance to Parkland Health Center South with minor injuries.
Both vehicles sustained moderate damage and were taken from the scene by Marler’s Towing.
A Monday accident at 11:50 a.m. involving three vehicles on Route OO caused a moderate injury to one of the drivers and extensive damage to two of the three involved autos.
MSHP reports that a 2009 Chevrolet HHR, driven by 39-year-old Brandon McClusky of Farmington, was preparing to make a left turn when he was struck from behind by Marion Miller, 69, of Fredericktown in a 2012 Jeep Liberty. Debris from the accident struck another vehicle, a 2004 Ford F-350, driven by Harold L Kiepe, 66, of Farmington.
McClusky was taken to Parkland Health Center in Farmington with moderate injuries by St. Francois County Ambulance.
The McClusky vehicle was taken from the scene by Boyd’s Towing, while the Miller vehicle was towed by D and D Towing. Damage to both vehicles was listed as extensive. The Kiepe Ford F-350 was driven from the scene.
Edward B. Brown, 45, of Bonne Terre suffered moderate injuries Sunday morning at 8:56 on Highway 47 north of Cadet Road, the patrol also reports.
According to MSHP, Brown, on a 2005 Harley Davidson FXDWG, was driving on Highway 47 when an unknown vehicle pulled into his path causing him to travel off the east side of the road and overturn.
He was taken by private conveyance to Parkland Health Center North in Bonne Terre with moderate injuries.
Damage to the Harley Davidson was listed as extensive.
A one-car accident, at 7:10 p.m. on Aug. 4, resulted in a totaled vehicle and minor injuries to the driver.
Ashley Closson, 28, of Park Hills, reportedly traveled off the right edge of Delassus Road, a quarter mile south of Missouri 221 and struck a concrete barrier, according to MSHP reports. She was transported to Parkland Health Center in Farmington with minor injuries.
The 2014 Chevrolet Cruz, taken from the scene by Marler’s Towing, was listed as totaled.
Rain-slick roads resulted in a one car accident at 9:30 a.m. last Thursday in St. Francois County.
A 2018 GMC Terrain, driven by Lisa Francis, 55, of Black, reportedly hydroplaned off the road and struck a tree off Route NN south of Missouri 221.
Black was transported to Parkland Health Center in Farmington by St. Francois County Ambulance with minor injuries. Her vehicle sustained moderate damage and was removed from the scene by Marler’s Towing.