The following accidents were reported by the Missouri State Highway Patrol:

• A man from Success sustained moderate injuries Saturday in a crash near icy Twin Bridges. Sgt. Dale Pounds of the patrol said a southbound 2005 International driven by Frederick L. McCraney, 25, of Jonesboro, Ark., crossed the centerline of ice-covered U.S. 63 and struck a northbound 1997 Mercury Grand Marquis operated by Ethan D. Huff, 25, of Success.

Huff, who was wearing a seat belt and whose vehicle was totaled, was taken by private vehicle to TCMH following the 9:35 p.m. crash. The big rig had moderate damage.

Assisting at the scene were Cpl. Curtis Haden, Tpr. Marty Wiseman, the Houston Rural Fire Department Rescue Squad and MoDOT.

• Three persons were injured Friday night in a crash on slick U.S. 60 that damaged about 50 feet of guardrail near Cabool. Cpl. Curtis Haden said an eastbound 1972 Chevrolet truck driven by Nickolas E. Williams, 24, of Thayer, spun out of control and struck a bridge barrier. An eastbound 2017 Freightliner tractor/trailer driven by Carrie K. Horsley, 57, of Logan, Utah, struck the truck.

Haden said Williams, who was not wearing a seat belt, was taken by ambulance to Cox South in Springfield with serious injuries.

Horsley, who had been wearing a seat belt, and Darren R. Horsley, 51, Logan, Utah, who had not been wearing a seat belt, were taken to Ozarks Medical Center at West Plains. They had minor injuries.

The truck was totaled. The big rig had extensive damage.

• Three Bucyrus residents were injured around 10:30 a.m. when a 2014 Ford truck driven by Alver J. Cancel, 76, lost control on ice-covered U.S. 60 two miles west of Highway MM, traveled off the roadway and overturned. Cancel, Sandra S. Cancel, 74, and Ryder J. Bennett, 101, were taken by ambulance to Texas County Memorial Hospital. Bennett and Alver Cancel had minor injuries. Sandra Cancel had moderate injuries.

All three were wearing seat belts, and the truck was totaled, said Tpr. Jacob Sellars.

• A Plato man was injured around 9 a.m. Friday in Laclede County when his 2003 Isuzu Rodeo slid off the right side of I-44 and struck a 2015 Volvo tractor’s trailer. Lawernce W. Casey, 63, had moderate injuries and was transported to Mercy Hospital in Lebanon.

• Two persons were injured around 9 a.m. Friday in a three-vehicle crash on U.S. 60 at Dunn. Cpl. Terry Nelson said vehicles driven by Andrea L. Ratteree, 28, of Cabool, and Calvin G. Collins, 45, of Willow Springs, had stopped due to an accident. A car driven by Terra R. Brown, 18, of Willow Springs, then slid and caused a chain-reaction accident involving the other two. Brown, who wasn’t wearing a seat belt, was sent by ambulance with moderate injuries to Mercy Hospital in Mountain View. A private vehicle took Ratterree to Ozarks Medical Center Clinic at Mountain Grove with minor injuries.

Ratterree and Collins were wearing seat belts.

• A Cabool teenager was injured Wednesday afternoon in a rollover accident in Wright County. Austin S. Kinder, 16, was traveling south on Hawk Street in Norwood when he lost control of his vehicle in a curve and overturned. Kinder, who was wearing a seat belt, was taken by private vehicle to Mercy Hospital in Springfield with minor injuries.

The patrol said the 2003 Dodge passenger car was totaled.

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