One person injured in t-bone crash on Old Highway 21

HOUSE SPRINGS, MO – One person was injured in a t-bone crash on Old Highway 21 south of Edgewood Acres Drive on Wednesday morning.

According to Missouri State Highway Patrol, Nickolas W. Dottsealk, 24, was attempting to turn left onto Old Highway 21 and failed to yield to a 2001 Plymouth Neon. Dottsealk’s 2007 Toyota Yaris struck the left side of the Plymouth, driven by 52-year-old Craig R. Wensler. The accident happened south of Edgewood Acres Road around 11:47 a.m.

An occupant in the Toyota, 18-year-old Hannah M. Sutton, was transported to Mercy Hospital South for minor injuries.

Sutton, Dottsealk, and Wensler were all wearing seat belts.

Both vehicles sustained extensive damages.

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