3 injured following 2-vehicle crash at Rte B and Rte M

WARDSVILLE, MO – Three people were seriously hurt following a two-car collision at Rte B and Rte M Wednesday, according to MSHP.

A juvenile driving a Ford 500 failed to yield to a Chevrolet Impala driven by Florence R. Harris, 86 and struck the vehicle’s driver’s side. The collision sent both cars off-road. The car drove by the juvenile then collided with a stop sign.

First responders transported the juvenile, Harris, and her passenger, Kenneth Harris, 83, to an area hospital in serious condition.

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