Three hurt in N. Mo. 5 wreck

Mo. 5 wreck

LDR photo/Kelly Morgan
A Lebanon Police officer directs a school bus through the intersection of Mo. 5 and Brice Street as a tow truck positions itself behind one of the cars involved in Friday’s wreck.


Three people were hurt in a wreck at the intersection early Friday morning of Missouri 5 and Brice Street.
The wreck occurred at about 7:45 a.m. Friday as parents and students tried to make their way to school, causing traffic to be backed up on North Missouri 5 and nearby Clark Street, which is where Esther Elementary School is located.
The Lebanon Police Department, the Lebanon Fire Department and Mercy Hospital Lebanon Emergency Medical Services responded to the wreck, which appeared to involve two cars.
Both vehicles had damage to their front ends, and they came to rest with one car facing a light pole and the other car facing the back end of the first car.
Preliminary information from the Lebanon Police Department indicates that three people were transported to Mercy Hospital Lebanon with minor injuries.
At press time Friday, an official crash report was not available. The Daily Record will report more information as soon as the information is released by the Lebanon Police Department.



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