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Seperate rollovers wreck car and motorcycle on Thursday and Friday
WAYNESVILLE/FORT LEONARD WOOD, Mo. (Sept. 18, 2009) — Two separate one-vehicle rollovers on Thursday evening and Friday afternoon totaled two vehicles and sent four people to area hospitals with various injuries.

According to Missouri State Highway Patrol reports, Alexandrea A. Alexander, 16, of Waynesville, was eastbound at 7:15 p.m. on London Lane a fifth of a mile east of Longview Lane in the Shalom Mountain/Northern Heights Estates area north of Waynesville when she ran her 2008 Chevrolet Malibu off the right side of the roadway, overturned and struck a tree.

Alexander and her two passengers, Danielle M. Williams, 16, also of Waynesville, and Tanisha C. Williams, 18, of St. Robert, all suffered moderate injuries in the rollover. Pulaski County Ambulance District personnel transported Alexander to General Leonard Wood Army Community Hospital and transported her two passengers to Phelps County Regional Medical Center in Rolla for treatment. All three had been wearing their seatbelts.

Alexander’s car was removed by Rothmund’s Towing.

Friday’s crash happened in Phelps County on Route AA about seven miles south of Newburg when Garrett A. Dean, 22, of Fort Leonard Wood, was riding a 2006 Ducati motorcycle southbound at 12:20 p.m., lost control on loose gravel, overturned, and was thrown from the motorcycle. The motorcycle then ran off the left side of the road and came to rest in a ditch.

Dean’s injuries were minor and he was transported to Phelps County Regional Medical Center by Phelps County Ambulance personnel for treatment. He had been wearing his helmet.

His motorcycle was removed by C&C Towing in Rolla.

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