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The Lake News Online
  • Drivers charged in two serious weekend crashes

  • The Missouri State Highway Patrol has filed charges against the drivers in two separate one-vehicle crashes that occurred over the weekend.
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  • The Missouri State Highway Patrol has filed charges against the drivers in two separate one-vehicle crashes that occurred over the weekend.
    David A. Lagneau, 33, of Gravois Mills has been charged with three counts of felony second degree assault, two counts of child endangerment, no insurance, failure to drive on the right half of the roadway resulting in a motor vehicle accident, no seat belt and no child restraint times two.
    Lagneau was the driver in an accident Friday afternoon on Purvis Rd. near Laurie that resulted in injuries to his sons, Drew, 6, and Mason, 4. The two boys received moderate injuries and were transported by helicopter to Lake Regional Hospital in Osage Beach. The third passenger in the vehicle was Ashley Woodard, 24, of Gravois Mills. She and David Lagneau received serious injuries and were taken by helicopter to University Hospital in Columbia.
    According to the Highway Patrol, no one in the vehicle was utilizing a seat belt or other safety device. The crash report also stated that the Lagneau was driving the Dodge B1500 at a high rate of speed.
    John Dehahn, 20, of Camdenton has been charged with driving while intoxicated and failure to maintain the right half of the roadway in a one-vehicle crash that occurred in the early morning hours Sunday on N. Hwy. 7 in Camden County.
    Dehahn was seriously injured and transported to University Hospital in Columbia. The crash report indicates he was not wearing a seat belt.

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