40-year-old driver sustains moderate injuries in US-67 crash
Posted on Friday, February 19th, 2021
FARMINGTON, MO – A 40-year-old Farmington driver sustained moderate injuries in a crash on US-67 at Highway DD on Thursday night.
According to Missouri State Highway Patrol, Joshua L. Gray was attempting to turn left onto Highway DD from northbound US-67 in a 2003 Ford Escape. He failed to yield to a 2021 GMC 1500, driven by 74-year-old Elvin R. Darden, and hit the vehicle around 5:18 p.m.
Gray was transported to Parkland Health Center Farmington.
Both drivers were wearing a seat belt.
The Ford was totaled and the GMC sustained extensive damages.
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