TWO AMAZONIA RESIDENTS INJURED IN MONDAY EVENING ACCIDENT

TWO AMAZONIA RESIDENTS WERE INJURED IN A MONDAY EVENING ACCIDENT IN ANDREW COUNTY.

THE MISSOURI STATE HIGHWAY PATROL SAYS THE ACCIDENT OCCURRED ON I-229, A MILE MARKER 10 IN SAINT JOSEPH, WHEN A VEHICLE DRIVEN BY 52-YEAR-OLD SCOTT E. MORAN WAS HEADING SOUTH.

TROOPERS SAY A TRAILER BEING TOWED BY MORAN’S VEHICLE BEGAN TO FISHTAIL, PUSHING THE VEHICLE OFF THE WEST SIDE OF THE ROAD AND INTO A DITCH.

MORAN SUFFERED MODERATE INJURIES AND WAS TAKEN TO MOSAIC LIFE CARE FOR TREATMENT.

A PASSENGER IN MORAN’S VEHICLE, 52-YEAR-OLD CANDY M. PHILLIPS, SUFFERED SERIOUS INJURIES AND WAS ALSO TAKEN TO MOSAIC FOR TREATMENT.

TROOPERS SAY BOTH WERE WEARING SEAT BELTS AT THE TIME OF THE ACCIDENT.