Three people injured in crash involving two semi trucks

MADISON, MO – Three people were injured in a crash involving two semi trucks on Wednesday night.

Police report that Quanotho Kyles, 47, was traveling south on Missouri 15 in a 2020 semi when his truck skidded on the ice. A 2018 semi, driven by 32-year-old James M. Holman, hit the other truck at around 6:10 p.m.

Kyles and his passenger, 37-year-old Lawrence D. Willis, sought treatment for minor and moderate injuries, respectively.

Holman was transported to Moberly Regional Medical Center for moderate injuries.

All three people were wearing seat belts.

The 2020 semi was totaled and the 2018 semi sustained extensive damages.

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