Franklin County crash leaves two injured, one child sustained minor injuries
Posted on Tuesday, October 27th, 2020
BOEUF TOWNSHIP, MO – A 39-year-old female driver was traveling too fast on westbound Missouri Route 100 when she lost control and crashed on Tuesday morning.
The crash injured the driver, identified as Amanda McDaris, and a 12-year-old male passenger police reported. Both McDaris and the child sustained minor injuries and were transported to Hermann Area District Hospital.
While traveling at high rates of speed for the current road conditions, McDaris lost control of the vehicle in a turn. She skidding off the right side of the road crashing into a mailbox and overturning the vehicle.
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