Woman injured when vehicles collide at MO-116 and US 69

LATHROP, MO – A woman were yesterday evening when she pulled in front of another vehicle at an intersection in Clinton County, the Missouri State Highway Patrol reports.

The incident happened at about 6:45 p.m. on June 7. A 2013 Jeep Wrangler was stopped at a stop sign on westbound MO-116 at US 69 when a 2020 Dodge Journey approached from the south. The Journey also stopped at the stop sign, but then pulled into the intersection in front of the Wrangler, striking it on its passenger side.

The Journey’s 40-year-old female driver received minor injuries in the crash, and was taken to Cameron Regional Medical Center.

No one else was hurt, although both vehicles required tow trucks.

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