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Tuesday, October 9, 2018

Obituary - Roger C. Prewett

Roger C. Prewett, age 76 of Clinton, Missouri passed away Saturday, October 6, 2018 at his home in Clinton. Fond memories and condolences may be left online at www.vansant-millsfuneralhome.com. Roger's wishes were to be cremated with a private family service.

Roger was born July 4, 1942 in Rolla, Missouri. Roger farmed for 30 years and was an auctioneer for Prewett Auction services in Clinton and Warrensburg for 26 years until his retirement. Roger was a member of the National Farmer's Organization and the Missouri Auctioneers Association.

Roger was preceded in death by his parents, Dolphus Prewett and Alice Prewett and his son-in-law Chris Swope.

Roger is survived by his wife, Lucille (Lou) Prewett, son, Steven (Barbara) Prewett, daughter, Kim Swope, grandsons, Dalton and Derek Swope, siblings, Carolyn (Vertle) Blackwell, and Andrew Prewett (Nica Hunt).

Arrangements have been entrusted to Vansant-Mills Funeral Home, Clinton, Missouri.



Obituary - James K. Buckley

James K. Buckley, age 75 of Clinton, Missouri passed away Friday, October 5, 2018 at Westwood Living Center, Clinton, Missouri. Fond memories and Condolences may be left online at www.vansant-millsfuneralhome.com

A Celebration of Life for Jim will be on Saturday, October 13, 2018 at 10:30am at Vansant-Mills Funeral Home, Clinton with visitation one hour prior. 

A graveside service will be at 2:00pm at Greenlawn Memorial Gardens, Springfield, Missouri. The family suggests memorial contributions be made to Hospice Compassus, Osceola, Missouri and may be left in care of the funeral home.

Jim was born in Springfield, Missouri to Kenneth Buckley and Genevieve Womack. Jim spent much of his life in the Clinton area and attended Clinton High School.

He was a mechanic of all things especially cars and bowling machines. Jim worked for AMF and in the 1970's and 1980's worked at a multitude of bowling ally's all over Missouri but home was Meadowlark Lanes in Clinton, Missouri. He was a member of the Fraternal Order of Eagles. 

Jim enjoyed solitude but always welcomed family and friends. He was loving and generous and would give his last dime to a stranger in need. Jim enjoyed hunting, fishing, watching Royals, football, NASCAR and old westerns.

Jim was preceded in death by his parents, brothers, Samuel (Sammy) Buckley, and Kenneth (Shorty) Buckley.

Jim is survived by his daughter, Alice (Cliff) Trager, Parkville, grandchildren, Jordan, Mallory, and Caitlyn, brother, Jerry Buckley, Fair Play, sister, Sara Buckley, Osceola, numerous nieces and nephews and his ex-wife and friend, Phyllis Richey.

Arrangements have been entrusted to Vansant-Mills Funeral Home, Clinton, Missouri.



Urich woman seriously injured in Henry County Crash

On 10/9/18 around 8:15am the Missouri State Highway Patrol in Henry County responded to a one vehicle accident on Missouri 7 just north of CR NW 401 in rural Henry County.

The Missouri State Highway Patrol says the accident occurred when the 2018 Kia driven by 43 year old Pamela K. Ricketts of Urich, Missouri traveled off the right side of the roadway down a embankment and struck a concrete culvert before coming to rest.

Pamela K. Ricketts sustained serious injuries in this accident and she was transported to University of Missouri Hospital in Columbia, Missouri for treatment.

The vehicle was totaled and towed from the scene by Gary's Towing. 


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Complete St. Clair County Sheriff’s Office News Release Oct. 1-8, 2018

St. Clair County Sheriff Scott Keeler reported deputies made 11 arrests and took a property damage report during the week of Oct. 1-8, 2018.

Click on link for more information. 

https://www.scsomo.org/press_view.php?id=834




Obituary - Marvin Eugene Ford Jr.

Marvin Eugene Ford, Jr., 59, a longtime resident of Sheldon, MO peacefully left this earth at his home with a friend at his side on Sunday, October 7, 2018. Jr. was baptized in his home on April 20, 2018. He was born Marvin Eugene Hunley and later adopted by his loving father Cletus Gene Ford at the age of eight.

Junior is survived by his former wife Karen Jeffries of Sheldon; sister, Kathleen Melloh of Keystone, SD, younger sister, Tammy Larimore, Nevada, MO; younger brother, Darvin Ford, Bellamy, MO; three nieces; two nephews; five great nieces; six great nephews and one great-great nephew.

He was preceded in death by his biological father, Marvin Eugene Hunley; his mother, Julia Ann Ford; and his adopted father, Cletus Gene Ford.

Junior was a loyal and loving brother and friend to us all. He never graduated from high school but was known for his hard work. There never was a job he didn’t feel he could do. He never said no when asked to help someone. He was employed at Sheldon Seed Company in Sheldon, MO with Roy Cunningham as his employer for 27 years. He worked for Murphy Family Ventures for the past seven years. It was a hard decision for him to stop working due to his declining health.

Junior enjoyed spending time with his friends, working in his yard, fishing, and deer hunting. He was active until the day he passed away. Junior and his sisters shared a special bond and a deep love for each other and he will be greatly missed. “He had the most kind and gentle heart any man could have.”

Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. on Thursday, October 11, 2018 at Ferry Funeral Home in Nevada with Rev. Jerod Lamb officiating. Interment will follow in Sheldon Cemetery. The family will receive friends from 9:30 to 10:30 prior to the service.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to Vernon County Cancer Relief in c/o Ferry Funeral Home.



Obituary - Doris Dickinson

Doris Dickinson, 87 of Butler, Missouri passed away October 8, 2018 surrounded by family. Cremation, with a memorial service to be held 2:00 pm Saturday, October 13, 2018 at the Community of Christ Church, 409 W. Dakota St. Butler. Private family inurnment will follow in Oak Hill Cemetery, Butler, Missouri. 

Arrangements entrusted to the Mullinax Funeral Home, Butler (660-679-0009). Memorial contributions may be made to the Alzheimer’s Association or Butler Community of Christ Church. Messages of condolence may be left for the family at www.mullinaxfuneralhome.com.

Doris Elaine Dickinson was born December 18, 1930 in Oroville, Washington to Walter and Marie Worthington Dale. After the death of her mother she moved to British Columbia, Canada to live with her grandmother Hazel Worthington. Doris attended school three years in Canada before moving to Butler, Missouri. She attended Star School and Butler High School. She was united in marriage to Hugh Neil “Bud” Dickinson on August 26, 1948. To this union, five children were born. Doris and Bud moved to Forsyth, Missouri in 1986. While there, Doris was an active member, music coordinator, and pianist for the Branson Community of Christ congregation for six years. She was also a member of the Branson Sweet Adeline’s singing group. When they moved back to Butler in 2002 Doris was a part-time pianist and active member of the Butler Community of Christ Church. She enjoyed playing music for the local nursing homes and senior center. Doris loved her flowers, gardening and her cat Sebastian. She loved her family, especially her grandchildren. Doris will be forever remembered for her love of music.

Doris was preceded in death by her parents, sister Iris Bomstead, and brother Owen Dale. She is survived by her husband of 70 years, Bud Dickinson of the home in Butler, her children, Cheryl Lindeman and husband David of Lake Tappawingo, MO., Bill Dickinson and wife Mary Dawn of Independence, MO., Brenda Barton and husband Jeff of Raymore, MO., Bob Dickinson of Butler, MO., and Don Dickinson of Kansas City, KS., seven grandchildren, seven great grandchildren, along with many nieces, nephews and extended family members.


From the Nevada Police Department





Traffic Alert in Harrisonville





Bates County Circuit Court News 10/5-10/9-2018

St v. Charles A Bailey, probation violation, admitted, probation revoked, sentenced to 4 years in MDOC, given SES, placed on 5 yrs supervised probation.

St v. Gabe Colt Greenwood, previous guilty plea, sentenced to 7 years in MDOC with jurisdiction retained.

St v. Gabe Colt Greenwood, previous guilty plea, sentenced to 7 years in MDOC with jurisdiction retained, bed date of 11-5-18.

St v. Gabe Colt Greenwood, 3 counts Felony statutory rape dismissed, 1 count endangering welfare of child dismissed by State.

St v. Joey S Thornburg, probation violation, admitted, probation extended one year, to do 48 hours shock time in Bates County Jail, to serve 100 hours of community service, pay court costs.

St v. Christopher James Pickens, Felony forgery, guilty plea, sentenced to 7 yrs in MDOC in Long Term Treatment.

St v. Anthony Eugene Black, I: Felony poss of controlled substance, methamphetamines, guilty plea; II: Felony poss of controlled substance, heroin, guilty plea, III: Misd. poss of drug paraphernalia, guilty plea; sentenced to MDOC for 4 years on I and II; fined $100 on III.

St v. Dylan J Warren, I: Felony poss of controlled substance, methamphetamines, sentenced to MDOC for 4 years; II: Misd unlawful poss of paraphernalia, sentenced to 2 days in Bates Co Jail with credit for time served.



Flooding in Harrisonville


Well it happened, all of this rain has gone and caused problems. 

Due to the ongoing heavy rain Ash Street is closed between Bradley and N. Lexington. Please avoid the area and DO NOT attempt to drive through.

If you encounter high standing water on a roadway never attempt to drive through it. #TurnAroundDontDrown - Courtesy of the Harrisonville Police Department


From the Linn County Kansas Emergency Management

Water is coming up in various areas around the County. The Fire Department is currently headed to a water rescue situation with an individual stuck in their home by flood waters that have reached their home.

If you live in an area prone to flooding, PLEASE evacuate now before you become trapped in your home. It is very dangerous for both you and our rescuers if we have to attempt to get to you and bring you out by boat (assuming we can even make it to you).

Rain and storms are expected to continue throughout the day/night and flooding issues are expected to get worse as is the chance for severe weather this afternoon and evening.

Mid America Live News will continue to update with more information about the flooding in Linn County.




Obituary - Edith "Edi" Lynn Arnold

Edith “Edi” Lynn Arnold, 57, Garden City, MO, died October 7, 2018. Memorial services will be held at 11:00 a.m. Wednesday, October 10 at the First Baptist Church in Creighton, MO. Friends may call from 6:00-8:00 p.m. Tuesday, October 9, at the church. Memorial contributions may be made to Rachael House or Door of Hope.

Edi was born February 14, 1961 in Columbus, OH, the daughter of Arthur and Rolla (Dille) Sage. She grew up in Adrian, MO and spent her early adult years traveling with her spouse and children in the military. She became a CNA in the early 1990’s where she cared for the elderly in nursing homes. She was known as the singing nurse.

Edi raised four children; two boys and two girls. Her passion was her grandchildren. She would say grandkids make motherhood worth the trouble. All her kids would say she was their best friend. On September 21, 2009, Edi married her frog prince and lived in her magical Chesterfield. She enjoyed painting various objects and writing stories of her beloved Chesterfield and its Troll King.

If you knew Edi, you knew compassion, acceptance, magic and love. She was a beautiful soul who cherished the Lord. She leaves behind her husband, Chester, of the home; two sons, Bear McCulley, Independence, MO and Matthew McCulley, Poplar Bluff, MO; three daughters, Maggi LaFollette (Ricky), Garden City, MO, Lani Vaughn (Kevin), Poplar Bluff, MO, and Tammy Fields, Shell City, MO; one brother, Harold Sage, Appleton City, MO; two sisters, Beth Argabright, Archie, MO and Rachel Gregory, Adrian, MO; 23 grandchildren; and many life-long friends.



Battle of Island Mound State Historic Site hosts commemoration event Oct. 20

JEFFERSON CITY, MO, OCT. 9, 2018 – The Battle of Island Mound State Historic Site Commemoration Event will be held 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday, Oct. 20. This year’s program will provide a glimpse of what life was like both for the soldiers who fought in the Civil War and the civilians who had to go about their daily lives while the nation was at war.

The event will feature live stage performances, a living history walking loop and other Civil War themed events. The stage performances begin at 10 a.m. with a first person portrayal of Lt. Patrick Minor, an officer who successfully led a Union artillery unit during the Battle of Westport. Performances will continue on the hour and will include Civil War Music and Ballads at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m.; an informative discussion about the infamous Order Number 11 at noon; a storyteller presentation about African American women in Missouri during the Civil War at 1 p.m.; and a presentation about the Buffalo Soldiers at 3 p.m. The living history walking loop will feature Civil War era demonstrators and programming including; representatives from the Fort Scott National Historic Site, the Bates County Museum, a nerf cannon demonstration, a program about bison, an opportunity to meet the actors portraying Buffalo Soldiers and Lt. Patrick Minor, rope making, rail splitting, a cross-cut saw demonstrations and washboard cleaning.

Battle of Island Mound State Historic Site is located west of Butler off Highway K. For more information about the event, call the Stockton State Park office at 417-276-4259.


Bates County Sheriff’s Office Activity Report Oct. 01, 2018 thru Oct. 07, 2018

OCTOBER 01, 2018
AGENCY ASSIST - DREXEL
AGENCY ASSIST - RICH HILL
AGENCY ASSIST - BUTLER
AMBULANCE REQUEST - RICH HILL
TRAFFIC STOP - BUTLER
PAPER SERVICE - HUME
TRAFFIC STOP - AMSTERDAM
CHILD CUSTODY - BUTLER
AMBULANCE REQUEST - AMORET
FOLLOW UP - BUTLER
911 HANG UP - HUME
MISSING CHILD - BUTLER
SPEAK TO OFFICER - AMSTERDAM
CNI DRIVER - VIRGINIA
THEFT/STEALING - AMORET
PAPER SERVICE - ADRIAN
TRAFFIC STOP - BUTLER

OCTOBER 02, 2018
STOLEN VEHICLE - BUTLER
SPEAK TO OFFICER - BUTLER
SPEAK TO OFFICER - BUTLER
TRAFFIC STOP - AMSTERDAM
AGENCY ASSIST - BUTLER
MVA - AMORET
SPEAK TO OFFICER - AMSTERDAM
SPEAK TO OFFICER - ROCKVILLE
PAPER SERVICE - BUTLER
PAPER SERVICE - BUTLER
PAPER SERVICE - ADRIAN
PAPER SERVICE - ADRIAN
THEFT/STEALING - ADRIAN
FOLLOW UP - HUME
EXTRA PATROL - ADRIAN
FOLLOW UP - ADRIAN
SPEAK TO OFFICER - BUTLER
SPEAK TO OFFICER - DREXEL
SPEAK TO OFFICER - BUTLER
TRAFFIC STOP - RICH HILL
PAPER SERVICE - RICH HILL
PAPER SERVICE - RICH HILL
PAPER SERVICE - RICH HILL
PAPER SERVICE - RICH HILL
TRAFFIC STOP - RICH HILL
TRAFFIC STOP - RICH HILL
CHECK WELL BEING - RICH HILL
HARASSMENT - RICH HILL
CARELESS/IMPRUDENT DRIVING - AMORET
TRAFFIC STOP - BUTLER
TRAFFIC STOP - BUTLER
GUNSHOTS HEARD/OBSERVED - APPLETON CITY
DOMESTIC - RICH HILL

OCTOBER 03, 2018
TRAFFIC STOP - BUTLER
AGENCY ASSIST - CASS COUNTY
PAPER SERVICE - BUTLER
PAPER SERVICE - SPRUCE
PAPER SERVICE - RICH HILL
CHECK WELL BEING - FOSTER
PAPER SERVICE - RICH HILL
SPEAK TO OFFICER - DREXEL
SPEAK TO OFFICER - RICH HILL
SPEAK TO OFFICER - SPRUCE
SPEAK TO OFFICER - AMORET
AGENCY ASSIST - RICH HILL
PAPER SERVICE - RICH HILL
PAPER SERVICE - RICH HILL
SPEAK TO OFFICER - DREXEL
SPEAK TO OFFICER - AMSTERDAM
ATTEMPT TO LOCATE - BUTLER
TRAFFIC STOP - BUTLER
TRAFFIC STOP - PASSAIC
SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY - ADRIAN
CARELESS/IMPRUDENT DRIVING - BUTLER
ANIMAL CALL - BUTLER
EXTRA PATROL - BUTLER
TRAFFIC STOP - VIRGINIA
SPEAK TO OFFICER - RICH HILL
SPEAK TO OFFICER - DREXEL
FIRE BRUSH - ARCHIE
AGENCY ASSIST - BUTLER
ATTEMPT TO LOCATE - AMSTERDAM

OCTOBER 04, 2018
CHECK WELLBEING - AMSTERDAM
SPEAK TO OFFICER - BUTLER
SPEAK TO OFFICER - BUTLER
SPEAK TO OFFICER - FOSTER
SUICIDAL PERSON - DREXEL
FAILURE TO YIELD - ADRIAN
EXTRA PATROL - ADRIAN
THEFT/STEALING - BUTLER
CHECK WELL BEING - ADRIAN
REFUSE TO LEAVE - RICH HILL
SPEAK TO OFFICER - BUTLER
CHECK WELL BEING - ADRIAN
HARASSMENT - MIAMI
CARELESS/IMPRUDENT DRIVING - ADRIAN
CHECK WELL BEING - RICH HILL
HARASSMENT - AMORET
PEDESTRIAN CHECK - PASSAIC
PAPER SERVICE - BUTLER
SPEAK TO OFFICER - BUTLER
SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY - RICH HILL
TRAFFIC STOP - PASSAIC

OCTOBER 05, 2018
PAPER SERVICE - BUTLER
PAPER SERVICE - BUTLER
PAPER SERVICE - BUTLER
PAPER SERVICE - BUTLER
PAPER SERVICE - BUTLER
CONTROLLED BURN - ADRIAN
FOLLOW UP - AMSTERDAM
FRAUD/IDENTITY THEFT - BUTLER
TRAFFIC STOP - AMSTERDAM
BROADCAST MESSAGE -
PAPER SERVICE - RICH HILL
PAPER SERVICE - RICH HILL
PAPER SERVICE - RICH HILL
PAPER SERVICE - HUME
FIRE CALL - ADRIAN
THEFT/STEALING - ADRIAN
AMBULANCE REQUEST - AMORET
SPEAK TO OFFICER - BUTLER
PAPER SERVICE - BUTLER
MVA - RICH HILL
ABANDONED VEHICLE - DREXEL
CNI - PASSAIC
SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY - RICH HILL
CNI - BUTLER
CNI - BUTLER
TRAFFIC STOP - RICH HILL
SPEAK TO OFFICER - RICH HILL
TRAFFIC STOP - RICH HILL
PEDESTRIAN CHECK - PASSAIC
TRAFFIC STOP - RICH HILL
SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY - RICH HILL
TRAFFIC STOP - RICH HILL

OCTOBER 06, 2018
TRAFFIC STOP - BUTLER
ALARM CALL - BUTLER
DISTURBANCE - ROCKVILLE
SPEAK TO OFFICER - RICH HILL
DFS ASSIST - ADRIAN
TRESPASSING - BUTLER
AGENCY ASSIST - BUTLER
EXTRA PATROL - BUTLER
JUVENILE PROBLEM - BUTLER
SPEAK TO OFFICER - RICH HILL
ABANDONED VEHICLE - AMSTERDAM
INVESTIGATION - FOSTER

OCTOBER 07, 2018
SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY-RICH HILL
TRAFFIC STOP-ADRIAN
PAPER SERVICE-AMORET
TRAFFIC STOP-MERWIN
CHECK WELL BEING-ADRIAN
FOLLOW UP-BUTLER
FOLLOW UP-BUTLER
SPEAK TO OFFICER-DREXEL
C&I DRIVER-RICH HILL
AMBULANCE REQUEST-RICH HILL
C&I DRIVER-ADRIAN
AMBULANCE REQUEST-ADRIAN
CHECK WELL BEING -ADRIAN
SUSPICIOUS ACTIVITY-ROCKVILLE
C&I DRIVER-ARCHIE



Obituary - Shelly Dawn Gaston

Memorial services for Shelly Gaston will be 3 p.m. Thursday, October 11, 2018 at Schowengerdt Funeral Chapel (660-679-6555) in Butler, Missouri with J.R. Beck officiating. There is no visitation. Inurnment in Oak Hill Cemetery Butler, Missouri. Contributions to American Cancer Society. Online condolences, www.schowengerdtchapel.com.

Shelly Dawn Gaston, age 49 of Amoret, Missouri died Monday, October 8, 2018 at St. Joseph Medical Center in Kansas City, Missouri. She was born November 22, 1968 to Ronnie Ray and Patricia June Thomas Cantrell in Butler, Missouri.

Shelly is survived by one son, Randy Cantrell and wife Stacy of Butler, Missouri; one daughter, Ashley Alvarado of Amoret, Missouri; her mother, Patty Adams of Butler, Missouri; two brothers, Charles Ballard and wife Shannon of Lakeland, Florida and Malin Pavelka and wife Sebrena of St. George, Utah; two sisters, Angela Swarens and husband Jimmy of Foster, Missouri and Daphne Mueller and husband Aaron of Amoret, Missouri; and two grandchildren, Dominick and Roland. She was preceded in death by her father, Ronnie.



Hume Community News 10/9/18

The community of Hume wishes to extend their sympathy to the family of Wendell Eason of Hume, MO. He passed away on September 29 at this home. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends.

The Hume Fire Department held their 2nd Annual Chili Cook off on Saturday, October 6. Eight people entered the contest with their delicious chili. Winners of the cook off were: Barbie Pruitt – 1st place, Vicki Gwinn – 2nd place and Mariott Yarick – 3rd place.

A huge “Hats off” to Adam Swarens and Elle Glab for all their hard work in putting this together. Everyone, the donation of pies, money and time to set up and serve were just astounding. Of Course Larry Hacker always makes the evening fun. The 2nd Annual Chili Cook off was deemed a great success.

The Annual School Carnival will be Friday, October 12 from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at the Hume School. Pre-ticket sales will on sale Wednesday, October 10 before and after school; On Thursday, October 11 before and after school and on Friday, October 12 before school only.


Henry County Sheriffs Office attempting to locate a wanted sexual predator

Sheriff Kent Oberkrom reports that on Tuesday, October 9, 2018 just after 2:00 a.m. Deputy Swindell and Deputy Osman attempted to arrest Liam Michael Trail, age 43, from Buford, Georgia. Trail is wanted on Georgia warrants for Aggravated Sexual Batter and Child Molestation (3 counts).

Trail was staying with friends and relatives in the Brownington area when deputies attempted to take him into custody. 

Mr.Trail fled from the house and was tracked for several hours by K-9 Gunner. Although several property items of Trail’s were found, he was not located.

“We are asking the communities help in getting Trail off the streets. Trail should be considered armed and dangerous. Please call 9-1-1 if you see him or know of his whereabouts”, Sheriff Oberkrom said.


Obituary - Harold C. (Hank) Barnett

Harold C. (Hank) Barnett age 89 of Garden City, Missouri departed this life Monday, October 8, 2018 at Cass Regional Medical Center, Harrisonville, Missouri surrounded with family and love.

Funeral services are pending under the care of Dickey Funeral Home, Garden City, Missouri.

A complete obituary and service times will be posted here as soon as that information becomes available.




Strong to Severe Storms Possible and Localized Flooding


Showers moving north along the Kansas-Missouri state line, into northwest Missouri, will persist through much of the morning, adding to local flooding issues that are already ongoing. But, this afternoon strong to severe thunderstorms are expected to develop ahead of a cold front that will sweep through the region tonight. There will be a threat of damaging winds and isolated tornadoes with the strongest of the afternoon and evening storms, generally in areas from east central Kansas into central and northern Missouri.

The threat for severe storms will quickly diminish this evening as the sun sets, but continued moderate to heavy rain from any lingering storms will likely lead to more flooding issues overnight.


Update: Three people injured in accident off AA Highway

On 10/8/18 around 7:20pm the Missouri State Highway Patrol in Bates County along with Bates County Sheriff's Deputies, Bates County EMS and the Adrian Fire Department responded to a accident on Route AA 4/10 of a mile east of CR NW 12001 in rural Bates County.

The Missouri State Highway Patrol says the accident occurred when the 2013 Ford F-150 was stationary in the right lane of the highway after striking a cow in the roadway. 

The driver 66 year old Donald Wheeler of Drexel, Missouri exited the vehicle. This crash occurred as the 2005 Toyota driven by 52 year old David P. Ruby of Adrian failed to approach the original accident scene with caution and struck a cow and then Mr. Wheeler.

Donald Wheeler sustained serious injuries in this accident and he was transported by Life Flight Eagle to University of Missouri Hospital in Columbia, Missouri for treatment.

Two other people 60 year old Deborah Wheeler of Drexel and 55 year old Marta Ruby of Adrian, Missouri both sustained moderate injuries.

The Toyota was totaled and towed from the scene by Adrian Tow.


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