Keenan Page, Yessennio Bonilla, Cecilio Canlia, and David Rodriguez-Bonilla all injured in Jasper county wreck

On Wednesday, October 3, Keenan Page, Yessennio Bonilla, Cecilio Canlia, and David Rodriguez-Bonilla were all injured in a multi-vehicle wreck on I-44 in Jasper county.

The accident occurred at approximately 5:22 PM when Mr. Keenan, 31, Joplin, failed to notice that traffic on the interstate had slowed to a stop causing him to strike the vehicle Yessennio Bonilla, Cecilio Canlia, and David Rodriguez-Bonilla were riding in, which in turn struck several nearby cars.

According to the official crash report Cecilio Canlia suffered moderate injury and had to be transported to Mercy Hospital-Joplin via local EMS. Mr. Page also suffered moderate injuries and was also taken to Mercy Hospital-Joplin for further observation and treatment. Yessennio Bonilla and David Rodriguez-Bonilla both suffered minor injuries and were transported to area hospitals as a precautionary measure.

All of the vehicles suffered extensive damage and had to be towed from the scene.

No other parties were injured in the collision.

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