A 63-year-old Lebanon woman riding as a passenger suffered serious injuries and was flown by a Staff For Life helicopter to Mercy Hospital in Springfield following a collision with a truck pulling a trailer full of gravel.

A 63-year-old Lebanon woman riding as a passenger suffered serious injuries and was flown by a Staff For Life helicopter to Mercy Hospital in Springfield following a collision with a truck pulling a trailer full of gravel.

Ivan M. Day, 79, of Phillipsburg, Mo., was driving a 1994 Ford F150 westbound on MO-7 north of Route Z with passenger Connie S. Myers at approximately 10:05 a.m. on Wednesday, June 21, 2017 when the crash occurred. 

According to the report, the F150 failed to yield and turned into the path of a 2006 Dodge 1500 being driven by Dennis W. Anderson, 67, of Camdenton, who was heading eastbound and pulling a loaded trailer of gravel. 

The report states the Dodge 1500 was unable to stop, striking the Ford F150 and causing both vehicles to travel off the right side of the roadway, before the Dodge 1500 overturned. 

Myers and Day were listed without seat belts, while Anderson was listed as wearing one. Both Day and Anderson were listed with minor injuries. 

Day was transported by Mercy Ambulance to Mercy Hospital in Springfield, while Anderson was transported by Lake West Ambulance to Lake Regional Hospital.

The Ford was listed with extensive damage, while the Dodge was listed as totaled.