The driver of the Sebring, Halle Randall, 19, of Versailles, suffered serious injuries and was taken by the Staff for Life helicopter to University Hospital in Columbia.

Morgan County accident leaves drivers with injuries

ABBY JOHNSON, ajohnson@lakesunonline.com

A multi-vehicle accident in Morgan County results in injuries for two drivers Tuesday afternoon.

According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol crash report, two drivers in a four-vehicle accident were left with injuries.

On Tuesday, Oct. 30 at 1:07 p.m., a 1998 Nissan Pathfinder, a 2005 Ford Taurus and a 1997 Ford F250 were stopped in the road due to construction, the report states. A 2007 Chrysler Sebring, struck the Pathfinder in the rear. The Pathfinder struck the Taurus which then rear-ended the F250.

The driver of the Sebring, Halle Randall, 19, of Versailles, suffered serious injuries and was taken by the Staff for Life helicopter to University Hospital in Columbia.

The driver of the Pathfinder, Christopher Leclair, 51, of Stover, had minor injuries and was transported by private vehicle to Bothwell Hospital.

Walker Schotte, 18, of Barnett, was driving the Taurus. Dwight Beeson, 79, of Cole Camp, was driving the F250. No injuries were reported for them.

The crash report indicated that all four drivers were wearing a seat belt.

The accident took place on Highway 52 two miles west of Highway 135 west junction in Morgan County.