Two people injured in crash involving a dump truck on US-50
Posted on Tuesday, November 17th, 2020
UNION, MO – Two men were injured when a 2007 Ford F250 rear-ended a dump truck on westbound US-50 on Monday morning.
According to Missouri State Highway Patrol, 35-year-old Joseph Lauth was traveling westbound on US-50 when he failed to slow down for a dump truck turning left around 7 a.m. The Ford F250 then rear-ended the 1986 Ford Dump Truck.
Lauth was treated for minor injuries at Urgent Care in Union. 49-year-old Scott Mohesky, the dump truck driver, was transported to Mercy Hospital Washington for moderate injuries.
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