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Two single-vehicle wrecks hurt two Friday afternoon, Saturday morning
Two single-vehicle wrecks hurt two Friday afternoon, Saturday morning

This vehicle was totaled after a rollover Friday afternoon in the Shalom Mountain/Northern Heights Estates area north of Waynesville.
PULASKI COUNTY, Mo. (June 6, 2009) — Separate one-vehicle crashes in the Shalom Mountain/Northern Heights Estates area two miles north of Waynesville and a wreck on Interstate 44 west of Rolla caused minor injuries to a Waynesville teenager on Friday and a Fort Leonard Wood resident on Saturday, according to Missouri State Highway Patrol reports.

Pulaski County 911 personnel received a report about 3:40 p.m. Friday of a single vehicle in the ditch on London Lane off Longview Road and dispatched Waynesville firefighters and Pulaski County Ambulance District personnel. State troopers weren’t immediately available but eventually arrived on the scene and found that Kolby D. Jarquin, 16, of Waynesville, had been southbound in a 2000 Chevrolet Trailblazer when he ran off the right side of the road, overturned and struck an embankment.

Jarquin, who had been wearing his seat belt, was transported by ambulance to General Leonard Wood Army Community Hospital. His vehicle was totaled and removed by Jack’s Towing.

A Saturday morning wreck at mile marker 177 of Interstate 44 extensively damaged a 2001 Chevrolet Monte Carlo whose driver, Maximillian D. Arredon, 23, of Fort Leonard Wood, had been westbound on the interstate at 7:50 a.m. when he skidded off the right side of the roadway before striking an embankment.

Arredon had been wearing his seat belt, suffered only minor injuries, and said he would seek medical treatment later. His vehicle was removed by C&C Towing of Rolla.

Troopers said Arredon had no proof of insurance.

Another Fort Leonard Wood resident, Johnathon W. Mullins, 21, was arrested by state troopers at 3:40 p.m. Friday in Washington County on a warrant from the Bourbon Department of Public Safety for failure to appear on a speeding charge. Troopers took him to the Washington County Jail where he was eligible for bond.

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