“We’re cruising together, then all the unexpected he just drove off the street”
NEWTON COUNTY, Mo. — A person is taken to the medical center right after totaling his motor vehicle by crashing through a utility pole.
The solitary motor vehicle incident occurred along Apricot Drive in northwest Newton County, just in advance of 3:30 p.m. this afternoon (4/14).
A witness who was driving powering the vehicle the black, 4-door Subaru Forester, recalled how the crash occurred: “We had been just cruising together, then all the unexpected, out of nowhere, he just drove off the road…”
After driving off the westbound lane of Apricot Travel, then down an embankment, the driver of the Subaru crashed by a utility poll, totaling the automobile right after it landed upside down in a pasture.
A Newton County Sheriff’s Deputy claimed the only man or woman in the car was the male driver who was taken to Freeman Hospital by ambulance with unfamiliar accidents.
A SLIDESHOW OF Pics FROM THE SCENE OF THE CRASH
The Redings Mill Hearth Office, Newton County Sheriff’s Business office, Missouri Freeway Patrol and a Newton County Ambulance all responded to the incident.
Hearth crews with the Redings Mill Fire Division controlled the circulation of visitors along a section of Apricot Travel (around Antelope Road), although crisis vehicles and bucket vans from Liberty Utilities occupied the westbound lane.
An update to this tale, like particulars from the official accident report by the Missouri Highway Patrol, can be found listed here.