JC, area residents hurt in wrecks

A Jefferson City woman and a young girl were injured in a two-vehicle wreck Saturday afternoon in Jefferson City.

The Jefferson City Police Department said the wreck occurred at about 1:07 p.m. at the Missouri Boulevard/Ohio Street intersection.

A truck driven by Travis Boley, 34, was turning left from northbound Ohio Street to travel west on Missouri Boulevard. Boley was waved out into traffic by another driver who was stopped on Missouri eastbound. A van driven by Tina Smith was eastbound in the inside lane of Missouri boulevard. Boley did not see Smith approaching. As Boley turned, he crossed into the path of Smith. Smith was not able to react and crashed into Boley.

Smith and a juvenile female passenger in her vehicle was taken to a local hospital for treatment.

Smith, 41, was wearing a seat belt, but the juvenile in the back was not.

Also on Saturday, a Jefferson City man and his daughter and two Meta women were injured in a two-vehicle wreck.

The Missouri Highway Patrol said the wreck occurred about 12:20 p.m. in Cole County, on U.S. 54 westbound at Fall Hill Spur.

The wreck happened when a car driven by Betty D. Means, 60, Meta, was driving across the westbound passing lane of U.S. 54 onto Fall Hill Spur. Another westbound car, driven by Timothy D. Schmolzi, 34, Jefferson City, struck Means’ vehicle and overturned. Both vehicles went off the road.

Means and 19-year-old passenger, Staci D. Wagner, Meta, were injured, as well as Schmolzi and his daughter Celena, 11.

All were wearing seat belts, sustained minor injuries and were taken to Capital Region Medical Center.


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