Three injured in two-car collision on MO-42 in Brumley

BRUMLEY, MO — Three people were injured Tuesday morning after a two-vehicle collision on MO-42 in Brumley, according to a crash report by Missouri State Highway Patrol.

State troopers responded to the scene along MO-42 about 1261 feet west of Gott Spur Road (County Road 42-24) at around 10:50 a.m.

A 2013 Ram 1500 was stopped behind another left-turning vehicle when it was rear-ended by a 2021 Chevrolet 1500, which caused the Ram 1500 to run off to the left of the roadway and overturn.

The driver of the Ram 1500, a 63-year-old Iberia woman, was transported by ambulance to Lake Regional Hospital with minor injuries.

Two male occupants in the Chevrolet 1500, 69 and 70 years of age, received minor and moderate injuries and were also taken by ambulance to Lake Regional Hospital.


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