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Crocker rollover victim escapes injury
Crocker rollover victim escapes injury

State troopers investigate a Wednesday rollover wreck north of Crocker.
CROCKER, Mo. (June 24, 2009) — State troopers responded Wednesday afternoon to what was originally reported as a rollover wreck with injury northwest of Crocker on Belle Road, but upon arrival, found that the driver had escaped unharmed.

According to Crocker Firefighter Jim Patton, seven firefighters responded with an engine and a brush truck to a 2:51 p.m. report of a wreck about a quarter mile north of Highway U, and were later joined by Pulaski County Ambulance District personnel and a state trooper. The wreck was actually about two miles north of Highway U and involved a black Chevrolet pickup that had landed on its passenger side facing southbound.

The driver, a young adult male, said he was not injured and declined medical treatment. Troopers didn’t take a report and allowed the pickup, which landed on its passenger side, to remain on the little-travelled roadway for later removal. No citations were immediately issued since damage was confined to the pickup truck and no injuries occurred.

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