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Crime & Courts

December 25, 2013

Arkansas residents injured in accident

Two people were injured in a one-car accident at 8 p.m. Monday on Missouri Highway 86, two miles east of Golden in Barry County, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol.

The driver, Alexander A. Jackson, 22, and a passenger, Kendra A. Jackson, 25, both of Green Forest, Ark., were taken to Mercy Hospital in Berryville, Ark., the patrol said.

The patrol reported that the vehicle ran off the road and into ditch, and overturned.

• A Pineville woman was injured in a single-vehicle accident at 6:30 p.m. Monday on Missouri Highway 90, five miles east of Jane in McDonald County, the state patrol said.

Michelle R. Pierson, 51, was taken to Mercy Hospital in Rogers, Ark., the patrol said.

Pierson was driving an eastbound car that ran off the roadway and struck a sign, the patrol said.

• A Joplin resident was injured in a two-vehicle accident at 5:03 p.m. Monday at state highways 171 and 43 in Jasper County, according to the patrol.

One of the drivers, Patricia L. Sanders, 33, was taken to Freeman Hospital West in Joplin, the patrol said. The driver of the other car was Michael T. Nimmo, 29, of Webb City.

The patrol said Nimmo attempted to cross the intersection, and his vehicle collided with the Sanders vehicle.

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