Charles Moyers, Betty Moyers, and Camille Fleming’s Children Injured in 3-Vehicle Crash on U.S. 61 in New London

2 People Hospitalized after Three-Vehicle Collision on U.S. 61 in New London

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Charles Moyers, Betty Moyers, and Camille Fleming’s Children Injured in 3-Vehicle Crash on U.S. 61 in New London

New London, Missouri (March 3, 2018) – A Hannibal couple and two children sustained injuries in a three-vehicle crash Friday morning in New London, as per a local news source.

The collision happened at around 11:34 a.m. on U.S. 61

According to MSHP, a 2005 Ford Focus driven by 87-year-old Charles R. Moyers of Hannibal was traveling east on Fifth Street attempting to cross U.S. 61 when he collided with a vehicle. As per the investigators, Moyers failed to yield, drove into the of a 2004 Saturn Ion driven by 32-year-old Camille Fleming of Tuscaloosa, Ala.

The Saturn then struck a westbound 2006 Dodge Caravan driven by 53-year-old Regina A. Rarick of New London.

Moyers sustained minor injuries and his wife, Betty J. Moyers, 84, sustained serious injuries. Moyers was taken by Marion County Ambulance to Blessing Hospital in Quincy, Illinois. His wife was taken by the Ralls County Ambulance to Blessing Hospital.

Fleming’s children, Cameron, 8, and Calyse, 10, sustained minor injuries and were treated at the scene.

The Ford Focus and the Saturn Ion were moderately damaged and were towed from the scene. The Dodge Caravan had minor damage and was driven from the scene.

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