An Arkansas woman suffered minor injuries in a three-vehicle crash at 9:20 a.m. Monday on U.S. Highway 71 in Jane in McDonald County, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol.

Cynthia D. Elkins, 41, of Bella Vista, Arkansas, was taken by ambulance to Mercy Hospital in Bella Vista.

She was driving a southbound pickup truck that was struck by a southbound semitruck driven by Joseph D. Scott, 24, of Jacksonville, Florida, as she was making a right turn, the patrol said. Her truck then ran off the road and into the parking lot of a Walmart store, where it struck a parked car.

• A Seneca man suffered serious injuries in a single-vehicle wreck at 10:25 p.m. Sunday on Missouri Highway 76, about a quarter-mile west of Anderson in McDonald County, according to the state patrol.

Garrett R. Payne, 25, was taken by ambulance to Freeman Hospital West in Joplin.

Payne was driving an eastbound car that ran off the road, struck an embankment and a tree, and overturned, the patrol said.

• Three people were injured in a two-vehicle collision at 6:45 p.m. Sunday on Missouri Highway 96, about 5 miles west of Oronogo in Jasper County, according to the state patrol.

The two drivers, James A. Webb, 19, of Joplin, and Richard D. Polinskey, 25, of Parsons, Kansas, and a passenger in Webb's car, Tammie L. Snyder, 24, of Carl Junction, were taken to Mercy Hospital Joplin. Snyder's injuries were listed as moderate. Webb's and Polinskey's injuries were designated as minor.

Webb was driving a westbound car and slowing to make a left turn when Polinskey's car ran into Webb's vehicle from behind, the patrol said.

• A Carthage woman suffered minor injuries in a motorcycle accident at 6:45 p.m. Sunday on Route U, east of the state line with Oklahoma in Newton County, according to the patrol.

Karen Eickmeyer, 68, was taken by ambulance to Mercy Hospital Joplin.

She was a passenger on an eastbound motorcycle operated by Robert E. Stovall, 60, of Carthage, that ran off the road and struck a tree when Stovall attempted to avoid colliding with a vehicle that entered their path, the patrol said.

Jeff Lehr is a reporter for The Joplin Globe.