A total of four people from Lebanon were injured in a one-vehicle crash Friday evening that resulted in serious injuries for the driver and later an arrest and charge for DWI, according to Missouri State Highway Patrol reports.

A total of four people from Lebanon were injured in a one-vehicle crash Friday evening that resulted in serious injuries for the driver and later an arrest and charge for DWI, according to Missouri State Highway Patrol reports. 

Phillip M. Kavanaugh, 26, was driving a 2000 Dodge 1500 westbound on Route H near Four Corners Road in Camden County at approximately 6:05 p.m. on April 14, 2017 when the one-vehicle crash occurred. 

According to the report, the vehicle travelled off the right side of the roadway, struck a sign, overturned, and then stuck a fence before coming to a rest on its top. 

There were three passengers in the car: Sandy J. Hill, 26, who was listed as not wearing a seat belt, suffered minor injuries and refused medical treatment at the scene; Mark Kavanaugh, 29, who was listed as unknown as to whether he was wearing a seat belt, suffered moderate injuries and was transported to Mercy Hospital in Lebanon; and Austin J. Sien, 18, listed as wearing a seat belt, suffered minor injuries and refused medical treatment at the scene. 

Phillip Kavanaugh, the driver, was listed as unknown as to whether he was wearing a seat belt, suffered serious injuries and was life-flighted to University Hospital in Columbia. 

At approximately 6:40 p.m., Kavanaugh was arrested and charged with careless and imprudent driving resulting in a crash, no insurance, and three counts of felony driving while intoxicated resulting in physical injury. 

He was listed as being released for medical attention, according to the arrest report.