The Ford Escape was eastbound - driven by William S. Evans, 89, of Climax Springs - and failed to yield to the Jeep Liberty, a revised report from the MSHP states.

A Climax Springs woman was airlifted to treatment following a motor vehicle collision in Camden County Saturday afternoon.

Donna M. Evans, 77, of Climax Springs was flown by the Staff for Life helicopter to University Hospital in Columbia for treatment of injuries described as serious in the Missouri State Highway Patrol crash report. Evans was the passenger in a 2015 Ford Escape that was involved in a collision with a 2006 Jeep Liberty on US 54 at Route A around 1:45 p.m. Sept. 16.

The Ford was eastbound - driven by William S. Evans, 89, of Climax Springs - and failed to yield to the Jeep, a revised report from the MSHP states. The Jeep struck the Ford on the driver’s side, the report states. The Ford came to rest blocking US 54 eastbound facing northeast and the Jeep came to a rest in the median facing southwest. 

William Evans was not listed with injuries in revised information in the report. Newman received injuries described as moderate and was taken by ambulance to Lake Regional Hospital.

Newman was arrested at 3:20 p.m. Sept. 16 for driving while intoxicated - serious physical injury. She was released to seek medical treatment.

All occupants of the two vehicles were listed as wearing seatbelts. The report indicated the Jeep had extensive damage while the Ford was totaled.