Poor weather conditions cause driver to lose control and hit two trees

FRANKLIN COUNTY, MO – A male driver is injured after poor weather conditions caused him to lose control of the vehicle Friday afternoon on Highway 100, the Missouri State Highway Patrol reports.

Mason Piccinino, 18, was driving east at Oak View Estates Court at 2:54 p.m. when the weather conditions caused him to lose control of his 2008 Honda Accord and travel off the road into a pair of trees.

Piccinino sustained moderate injuries from the accident. Officials transported him to Mercy Hospital Washington for treatment.

Further details regarding the weather and road conditions have not been reported yet.

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