The Missouri State Highway Patrol worked two injury accidents on Highway 52 in Morgan County Friday.
A mother and daughter from Stover were injured in a motor vehicle collision on Highway 52 February 16, 2018 in Morgan County around 1 p.m.
Stephanie L. Goff, 36, was the driver of a 1996 Chevrolet 1500. She and daughter Gracie E. Zepeda, 14, both received injuries described as moderate in the Missouri State Highway Patrol crash report. They were taken by ambulance to SSM St. Mary’s Hospital.
The driver of the other vehicle — Curtis W. Wilson, 44, of Versailles in a 2002 Ford Explorer — was not listed in the report with any injuries.
The accident occurred about 500 feet west of Richland Road. Both vehicles were eastbound. According to the report, as the pickup with Goff and Zepeda was stopped in traffic waiting to make a left turn, the SUV struck its rear.
Both vehicles were described as totaled and were towed from the scene.
The crash report indicated neither Goff nor Cepeda were wearing seatbelts, but Wilson was.
Then shortly before 7:30 p.m., a westbound 2011 Ford F150 pickup struck a deer in the roadway about one-tenth mile east of Church Road.
Driver Joseph P. Clark, 59, of Versailles received injuries described as minor in the MSHP report. He was taken by ambulance to SSM Health St. Mary’s Hospital.
The pickup had moderate damage, according to the crash report.
The report indicated Clark was wearing a seatbelt.