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Three Wetmore residents injured in NW MO wreck
09/19/2019

(KMZA)--Three Wetmore residents were injured Wednesday evening two-vehicle northwest Missouri wreck.

The Missouri State Highway Patrol says it happened on Route B in Ray County shortly after 6:00.

The Patrol reports 31-year-old Stephanie Peuker was attempting to make a U-turn when a vehicle crested a hill and struck her vehicle in the passenger side.

Pueker and two passengers in her vehicle, 52-year-old Lorraine Bounds and a three-year boy, all of Wetmore, were transported by ambulance to Ray County Memorial Hospital for the treatment of what the Patrol described as minor injuries.

The driver of the second vehicle from Bucklin, Missouri was not hurt but a passenger in his vehicle was transported to an area hospital with minor injuries.

 

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