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story.lead_photo.caption This photo provided by the Jefferson City Police Department shows two of four vehicles involved in a crash Monday morning, May 3, 2021, at the intersection of Route B and Lorenzo Greene Drive. Four people were injured in the wreck. Photo by Jefferson City Police Department

Four Jefferson City residents were hurt in a four vehicle crash Monday morning.

According to Jefferson City Police Department reports, the crash occurred at Route B and Lorenzo Greene Drive around 7:54 a.m.

Lindell Crawford, 49, and Cashe' Henley, 22, were stopped in the left turn lane from southbound Route B to turn left to northbound Lorenzo Greene. Ian Dunn, 18, was traveling southbound on Route B toward Wardsville. Travis Pearson, 43, was traveling in a dump truck northbound on Route B crossing the intersection of Lorenzo Greene.

Crawford changed lanes from the left turn lane into the southbound lane, crossing into the path of Dunn. Dunn could not stop and crashed into the rear of Crawford's vehicle.

Crawford was forced forward into the intersection where his vehicle was hit head on by Pearson's dump truck. The steering on Pearson's vehicle was damaged and Pearson could not steer the vehicle. Pearson then crashed head on into Henley who was still stopped in southbound traffic on Route B in the left turn lane.

All drivers were wearing their seat belts at the time of the crash

Crawford, Pearson and Henley were transported by Cole County EMS for treatment of injuries. Dunn was taken by personal vehicle to seek medical treatment.

Traffic in the area was limited to one lane southbound on Route B and northbound traffic was routed onto Lorenzo Greene for about one hour while emergency personnel were on the scene.

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