The accident occurred around 12:56 p.m. May 19 as the Plymouth was attempting to make a left turn from Route FF onto Highway 52. The Plymouth failed to yield to the eastbound Traverse, according to the crash report. The SUV struck the side of the Plymouth and both vehicles went off the left side of the roadway.

A Stover teenager was airlifted to University Hospital in Columbia following a two-vehicle crash Friday afternoon.

Joe W. Viebrock, 17, was the driver of a 1998 Plymouth Neon that was struck in the side on Highway 52 at Route FF west of Stover. The Missouri State Highway Patrol crash report states that he was flown by Staff for Life to treatment with injuries described as moderate.

Also injured in the crash were Trenton D. Dixon, 17, of Stover and Donna K. Smiley, 34, of Versailles. Dixon, a passenger in the Plymouth, suffered injuries described as moderate and was taken by ambulance to Bothwell Regional Health Center in Sedalia. Smiley, the driver of the 2015 Chevrolet Traverse that struck the Plymouth, received injuries described as minor and was taken by ambulance to Capital Region Hospital in Jefferson City.

The accident occurred around 12:56 p.m. May 19 as the Plymouth was attempting to make a left turn from Route FF onto Highway 52. The Plymouth failed to yield to the eastbound Traverse, according to the crash report. The SUV struck the side of the Plymouth and both vehicles went off the left side of the roadway.

The crash report indicated Viebrock and Dixon were not wearing seatbelts while Smiley was. The Plymouth was described as totaled and the Chevrolet as being extensively damaged in the report.