Two women were injured on Lake of the Ozarks Sunday in separate accidents.
A St. Charles woman was injured while boating on Lake of the Ozarks Sunday morning.
Tamra I. Thus, 58, was a passenger in a 2000 Four Winn Runabout being driven by Michael G. Thus, 61, of St. Charles. She was taken by ambulance to Lake Regional Hospital then to University Hospital in Columbia.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol incident report with preliminary information described her injuries as minor.
According to the MSHP report, the Tamra Thus became airborne after the vessel struck a large wake. She impacted the seat and was injured.
The accident occurred around 9 a.m. May 27, 2018. The vessel was operating at the 20 mile marker of the Osage Arm in Camden County.
A St. Robert woman was injured Sunday afternoon on Lake of the Ozarks.
Mary G. Andrews, 29, was a passenger in a 1997 Pleasure Craft. In preliminary information from the Missouri State Highway Patrol incident report, her injuries were described as moderate, but she was medevaced to treatment at University Hospital.
The vessel was operated by Chester L. Anderson, 28, of Waynesville.
The accident occurred around 3:30 p.m. May 27, 2018 while the boat was eastbound at the 15.5 mile marker of the Main Channel in Camden County.
The report states the vessel was traveling upstream when it struck a large wake. Andrews was standing up at the time, lost her balance and fell in the vessel.