Marjorie Gunter-Davis and Two Others Injured in Two-Vehicle Crash on Highway 17 in Miller County

Marjorie Gunter-Davis, Vanessa Williams,  and Scott Patrick Injured in Two-Vehicle Crash on Highway 17 in Miller County

Marjorie Gunter-Davis

Marjorie Gunter-Davis and Two Others Injured in Two-Vehicle Crash on Highway 17 in Miller County

Miller County, Missouri (February 22, 2018) – Three people sustained minor injuries in a two-vehicle collision Wednesday afternoon in Miller County, according to a police report.

The accident happened at about 4:40 p.m. February 21, on Highway 17.

A 1999 Toyota Camry, driven by Vanessa M. Williams, 29, of Jefferson City, crossed the center line on Route H and hit the side of a 2012 Chevrolet G3500, according to MSHP crash report.

Scot Patrick, 48, of Eldon was driving the Chevrolet with 51-year old Marjorie-Gunter as a passenger.

The crash report indicated that Patrick and Gunter-Davis were wearing the seatbelts while Williams was not.

All the three victims sustained minor injuries and were taken by ambulance to St. Mary’s Hospital in Jefferson County for treatment.

Both vehicles were towed from the scene.

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