California Man Makayla Hardin Hospitalized after Moniteau County Accident on Highway 50 near Shooters Club Road
Moniteau County, Missouri (December 9, 2017) – A 22-year-old California driver was hospitalized Friday evening after being involved in a two-vehicle accident in Moniteau County, the State Highway Patrol officials said.
The accident, which occurred at about 6:25 p.m. December 7, happened on Highway 50, approximately 45 feet west of Shooters Club Road.
The report showed that a 2018 Ford Fusion, driven by Kyle M. Brink, 20, of Tipton, for unknown reasons, struck the rear of a 2005 Chrysler PT Cruiser, driven by Makayla L. Hardin, 22, of California. The two vehicles were traveling westbound on Highway 50 at the time the injury crash transpired.
The State Patrol said Hardin suffered minor injuries and was taken via private conveyance to St. Mary’s Hospital for treatment.
As per the report, the Ford sustained moderate damage and was towed by Leeper’s Towing. The Cruiser had total damage and was towed by Roedel’s Towing.
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