According to the Missouri Highway Patrol, Casey A. Marks, 28, sustained serious injuries after the vehicle he was driving ran off the road and overturned.
A Camden County deputy responding to a call was airlifted to the University of Missouri Hospital after receiving serious injuries in a two-vehicle collision.
According to the Missouri Highway Patrol, Casey A. Marks, 28, sustained serious injuries after the vehicle he was driving ran off the road and overturned. The accident occurred on Friday evening around 5:30 pm near on Route MM near Villages Way. Marks was taken to Lake Regional Hospital but was later airlifted to the hospital in Columbia.
The driver of the second vehicle involved in the crash, Danielle J. Borrett, 30 of Sunrise Beach, received minor injuries. She was taken to Lake Regional Hospital for treatment.
According to the accident report, the accident occurred while Marks was responding to a call. Borrett was attempting to make a left hand turn from the right shoulder of Route MM as the patrol vehicle was passing. Mark's vehicle, a 2014 Dodge Charger, was struck while attempting to avoid the collision. Marks traveled off the left side of the roadway and overturned.
Borrett was driving a 2016 Ford Escape. The vehicle sustained extensive damage. Mark's patrol car was lsited as a total loss. Borrett and Marks were wearing wearing seatbelts.
An update on the deputy's condition was not available.