Kenneth Duncan, Morgan Lanier and 5 Others Injured in Andrews County Crash at I-29 and Business 71

Kenneth Duncan Among Seven Hurt in Three-Vehicle Crash On Interstate 29 in Andrews County

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Kenneth Duncan, Morgan Lanier and 5 Others Injured in Andrews County Crash at I-29 and Business 71

Andrews County, Missouri (February 5, 2018) – Seven people were injured in a multi-vehicle accident on Sunday morning in Andrews County, according to State Troopers.

The crash took place on the southbound ramp from Interstate 29 to Business 71 in Country Club at around 11:52 a.m. Sunday, February 4.

Troopers reported that Erin M. Dinsdale, 39, of Maryville, was sitting in a 2011 Ford F-250 behind a 2004 GMC pickup, driven by James L. Warren, 55, of Bolckow.

Both vehicles were on a lights stop facing southbound on the ramp from southbound Interstate 29 to Business 71 when a 2002 GMC envoy, driven by Kenneth E. Duncan, 24, of Brookings, Sd., slammed into the rear of the Ford.

The impact caused the Ford to crash into the back of Warren’s pickup.

Duncan was not wearing a seatbelt and suffered serious injuries. His passenger, Morgan R. Lanier, 24, of Harrisburg, Sd., was wearing a safety belt and sustained moderate injuries. They were both transported by Andrew County Ems to Mosaic.

Dinsadale was wearing a safety belt and suffered minor injuries. She refused medical attention at the scene.

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Warren and his passengers, Corban J. Warren, 13, Katryna A. Warren, 12, and Marcea J. Warren, 42, were all wearing their safety belts and sustained minor injuries. They refused medication at the scene.

The Envoy and the Ford were towed from the scene.

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