2 Drivers and Passenger Hurt in Pettis County Collision on US 65
Pettis County, Missouri (December 6, 2018) – Three people were injured in an accident involving three vehicles on Wednesday afternoon in Pettis County, according to authorities.
The collision took place around 3:59 p.m. Wednesday, December 5, on US 65 at Route HH.
Police said a 1997 Dodge Caravan was traveling eastbound on Route HH while 74-year-old William Cole of Marshall, was driving a 1967 Chevrolet C10 on northbound US 65.
The two collided when the Dodge Caravan crossed US 65 and moved into the path of the Chevrolet. The impact caused the Chevrolet to strike a 2016 Dodge Encore that was stationary in traffic facing westbound on Route HH.
Cole and her passenger Betty Cole, 59, of Marshall, were moderately injured and were both taken to Western Missouri Medical Center by Pettis County Ambulance. The driver of the Dodge Caravan, Ronald Reuter, 47, of Pilot Grove, sustained minor injuries but refused treatment on the scene.
The Dodge Caravan and the Chevrolet were extensively damaged. The Chevrolet was towed by Cadwell’s Towing while the Dodge Caravan was taken from the scene by You Call We Haul Towing. The Dodge Encore had minor damage and was driven from the scene.
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