South Dakota man injured in I-64 truck accident

ST. LOUIS, MO – A truck driver was injured in a single-vehicle accident on an Interstate 64 ramp Sunday, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol.

The crash happened on the eastbound I-64 ramp to Mason Road around noon when a 2012 Kenworth semi-truck collided with a guard rail on the ramp.

The truck, operated by 64-year-old Warren Stotts, of Rapid City, South Dakota, then traveled off the side of the road and went into a ditch.

Stotts, who was reportedly wearing a seatbelt during the crash, was taken to Mercy Hospital with moderate injuries.

The truck was totaled in the crash.

No other injuries were reported in the accident.

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