40-year-old pedestrian hit, seriously injured in Boone County
Posted on Tuesday, April 27th, 2021
BOONE COUNTY, MO – A 40-year-old pedestrian from Parson, TN was hit and seriously injured on westbound US-40 on Sunday night.
Elizabeth M. Shaffer, 33, was traveling west on US-40 in a 2010 Ford Flex, according to Missouri State Highway Patrol. The front of her Ford hit a pedestrian in the westbound lanes at North Outer Road to I-70 around 8:47 p.m.
Brandon L. Inman was transported to University Hospital.
Shaffer was wearing a seat belt and not injured in the crash.
The Ford sustained moderate damages.
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