The Climax Springs man injured in a one-vehicle crash Thursday afternoon in Camden County was arrested by the Missouri State Highway Patrol on four charges.

The Climax Springs man injured in a one-vehicle crash Thursday afternoon in Camden County was arrested by the Missouri State Highway Patrol on four charges.

Terence P. Kane, 53, was cited for failure to drive on the right half of the road resulting in an accident, driving while intoxicated, failure to maintain financial responsibility and possession of up to 35 grams of marijuana.

Kane was driving north on Route J when his truck ran off the right side of the road about 1.5 miles south of the Niangua River Bridge, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol crash report. The vehicle returned to the roadway, the report states, then ran off the left side of the road before returning to the roadway and overturning. The truck came to a rest on its left side in the roadway.

Kane was transported by ambulance to Lake Regional Hospital for treatment of moderate injuries.

The crash report indicated he was wearing a seat belt.

The accident occurred around 3:20 p.m. Sept. 17. The arrest time in the Patrol’s report was 4:02 p.m. Kane was released for medical care.