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Missouri Avenue rush hour crash injures one
Missouri Avenue rush hour crash injures one

A Wednesday afternoon rush-hour crash on Missouri Avenue avoided major injuries, despite skidding across the median from the southbound lanes into the northbound lanes.
ST. ROBERT, Mo. (Jan. 21, 2009) — A car careening across Missouri Avenue managed to avoid a head-on crash on Wednesday during rush-hour traffic, but the driver was transported to General Leonard Wood Army Community Hospital with undetermined injuries.

St. Robert police and firefighters responded to a report of a crash at 4:14 p.m. on Missouri Avenue south of Old Route 66 and found that a green Chevrolet Corsica had wrecked in the northbound lanes of Missouri Avenue after skidding across the median from the southbound lane, ending on the right-hand lane of the roadway near Re-Max Realty.

Paramedics from the Pulaski County Ambulance District transported the driver to the hospital while firefighters and police assisted with traffic control.
Jack’s Towing removed the vehicle and the roadway was cleared by 4:50 p.m.

A police crash report with names and accident details wasn’t expected to be available until Thursday morning.

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