The wreck occurred when the northbound car went off the right side of Carroll Cave Road and struck a tree about 1,200 feet north of Davis Hollow Road shortly after midnight Sept. 16, according to the report.

UPDATE: There has been a late fatality from this crash. Samantha Holmes, 21, was pronounced dead at University Hospital in Columbia at 12:44 p.m. Sept. 16. This is MSHP Troop F's fourth fatality for September and its 37th for 2017.

Two 21-year-old Camdenton women were injured - one seriously - in a crash in Camden County southeast of Montreal shortly after midnight. The driver - a third woman - was later arrested.

Samantha R. Holmes and Hannah M. Gehner were passengers in 2006 Dodge Stratus being driven by Jessie R. Underwood-Wilson, 25, of Montreal, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol crash report.

Holmes was airlifted to University Hospital in Columbia for treatment. Gehner was taken by ambulance to Lake Regional Hospital. Underwood-Wilson was not listed with any injuries.

The wreck occurred when the northbound car went off the right side of Carroll Cave Road and struck a tree about 1,200 feet north of Davis Hollow Road shortly after midnight Sept. 16, according to the report.

The Dodge was totaled. The crash report indicated neither Holmes nor Gehner were wearing seatbelts while Underwood-Wilson was.

At 1:06 a.m. MSHP online arrest reports show that Underwood-Wilson was arrested for driving while intoxicated with serious physical injury x 2, careless and imprudent driving involving an accident and no insurance. She was taken to the Camden County jail and placed on a 24-hour hold.