Several accidents occurred across the county Wednesday night as a sheet of ice covered the area. Three wrecks resulted in four injuries, the Missouri State Highway Patrol said.
Cpl. Terry Nelson said a northbound 2000 GMC Jimmy SUV was totaled after it slid off Highway MM near Dunn, ran off the roadway and overturned on its top. The driver was Cassandra Kelley, 27, of Cabool, who had minor injuries. A passenger, Bonnie M. Mulder, 72, of Cabool, had moderate injuries. Both were taken to Texas County Memorial Hospital. The women were wearing seatbelts. The vehicle was totaled.
Area firefighters were called to assist after the 6:54 p.m. accident.
A Licking woman was hurt at about 7:10 p.m. Wednesday when her southbound 2000 Chevrolet Silverado went off U.S. 63 about two miles north of Licking and struck a rock wall.
The driver, Betty I. Quick, 68, was taken by ambulance to Phelps Health in Rolla. The vehicle had moderate damage. Quick was wearing a seat belt, said Tpr. Mark Ritter.
A St. Louis woman was injured at about 8:20 p.m. when her southbound 1999 Ford E-150 van slid on U.S. 63 about five miles north of Licking, ran off the right side of the road and overturned. It came to rest on its wheels.
Elizabeth G. Bauer, 22, was taken by ambulance to Phelps Health in Rolla. The vehicle was totaled. She was wearing a seat belt, said Cpl. Terry Nelson. The Licking Fire Department assisted.
Other vehicles slid off the roadway, but injuries did not result.