A Hermann man and woman were seriously injured Sunday afternoon in an ATV crash on Horstman Road, 2.2 miles north of Route E in northeastern Gasconade County, according to the Missouri State Highway …
A Hermann man and woman were seriously injured Sunday afternoon in an ATV crash on Horstman Road, 2.2 miles north of Route E in northeastern Gasconade County, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol.
Andrew J. Warfield, 40, was transported by helicopter ambulance to Mercy Hospital St. Louis. Warfield is listed as the driver of a 1997 Honda ATV which was traveling north on Horstman when he lost control on the gravel. The ATV went off the left side of the road and overturned.
Neither Warfield or his passenger, identified as Eva M Colby, 49, also of Hermann, were wearing helmets She received serious injuries, according to the MSHP report by Trooper Bruce F. Baker, and was transported by ambulance to Mercy Washington.
The crash was reported at 3:15 p.m. Aug. 1.
The MSHP also reported the serious injury to a New Haven man in a motorcycle crash Saturday evening on Route E west of Stone Church Road.
According to the Troop C report from Franklin County, Douglas L. Vahle, 63, was driving a 2006 Harley Davidson FLHP1 east on Route E when the vehicle went off the right side of the roadway and overturned. Master Sgt. C.L. Patton reported Vahle was transported by New Haven ambulance to Mercy Hospital St. Louis with serious injuries. He was not wearing a helmet. There was minor damage reported to the vehicle which was removed by private conveyance.
A New Haven teen, Haleigh K. Nicholas, 18, was seriously injured at 3:05 p.m. Monday when she was distracted and drove a 2020 Ford Eco Sport off of Etlah Road, north of Olive Road.
She was wearing a seat belt but was transported by New Haven ambulance for treatment at Mercy Washington. The vehicle went off the right side of the road, overturned in the ditch, and returned to the roadway. It came to a stop on its left side, facing west, according to the MSHP Troop C report from Cpl. R.A. LeClaire. She was traveling south when the crash occurred.