Five people injured in Farmington intersection collision

FARMINGTON, MO – Five people were injured in a crash involving two vehicles at Flat River Road and Busenbark Road on Wednesday afternoon.

Jackie W. Boyd, 55, was traveling east on Flat River Road in a 2001 Chevrolet 1500 when she turned left into a business, according to Missouri State Highway Patrol. Stephen P. Haynes, 49, was traveling west on Flat River Road in a 2011 Mazda CX7 and attempted to avoid hitting the Chevrolet. The Mazda traveled off the right edge of the road causing the front of the Chevrolet to hit the front of the Mazda around 4:30 p.m.

Boyd, Haynes, and three passengers in the Mazda were transported to Parkland Health Center. A 44-year-old female passenger sustained moderate injuries but the other four all sustained minor injuries.

No one was reported as wearing a seat belt.

The Mazda sustained moderate damages and the Chevrolet was not damaged.

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