Two women were injured in separate motor vehicle crashes in the tri-county area as unexpected winter precipitation iced roadways Monday evening.

Two women were injured in separate motor vehicle crashes in the tri-county area as unexpected winter precipitation iced roadways Monday evening.

Carolina E. Hall-Diederich of Jefferson City received injuries described as minor in the Missouri State Highway Patrol crash report. 

The 2006 Toyota Tacoma she was driving west on Route C in Morgan County went off the right side of the roadway shortly before 6 p.m. February 5, 2018, according to the report. The pickup struck a fence and overturned about 0.4 mile east of Ridgewood Road.

The crash report indicated the 30-year-old was not wearing a seatbelt. She was taken by ambulance to Lake Regional Hospital for treatment.

The pickup had extensive damage, according to the report, and was left roadside as conditions worsened into the evening hours with the onset of freezing rain.

To the south and about an hour later, Courtney A. Hall of Camdenton was also driving a pickup truck when she wrecked on Route D in Camden County at 6:38 p.m. 

According to the MSHP crash report, the 1987 Nissan was westbound when it slid on the ice-covered roadway at Tonka Spring Road. The truck ran off the right side of the roadway and struck a mailbox before returning to the road and running off the left side and striking an embankment.

The 39-year-old received injuries described as moderate. The report indicated she was not wearing a seatbelt.

Hall was taken by ambulance to Lake Regional Hospital for treatment.

The truck had minor damage and was towed from the scene.