Troopers Kept Busy Working Accidents in the Lakes Region

by: Scott McCaulley

The Missouri State Highway Patrol Troop D Officers are kept busy working accidents Sunday evening and Monday in the Lakes Region.

A car traveling on Highway 248 north of Branson overturns striking several trees on Sunday night around 8:30. The driver of the car, 17-year-old Connor Davison of Branson sustain moderate injuries that were treated at Cox South Hospital in Springfield while two juveniles in the car were treated for minor injuries.

Troopers work a pair of accidents in Stone County on Monday morning and in Taney County Monday evening.

The first Stone County crash occurred around 6:50 on Highway AA north of Galena when a pick-up truck driven by 33-year-old Benjamin Gipson ran off the roadway striking a tree. Gipson was treated for moderate injuries at Cox South Hospital in Springfield.

The second crash happened on Keystone Road north of Reeds Spring around 7:30 Monday morning when a car driven by 32-year-old Joe Lewis of Reeds Spring ran off the road and struck a tree. Lewis sustained moderate injuries in the crash.

A Monday evening crash east of Hollister on Highway 76 injures one person. The Highway Patrol Report indicates the crash took place around 9:10 when a vehicle driven by 31-year-old Jamie Beers of Branson ran off the roadway on a curve and struck a ditch. Beers was treated for her moderate injuries at Cox Medical Center in Branson.


Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on pinterest
Share on linkedin
On Key

Related Posts

Friday Basketball Recap

by: Scott McCaulley Friday’s Recap includes wins for both College of the Ozarks teams in the Association of Independent Institutions Tournament. The top seeded Lady

%d bloggers like this: