News: Motorcyclist injured after rear-ending malfunctioning car near Cameron

CLINTON COUNTY, MO – A motorcyclist is injured after rear-ending a vehicle on U.S. 69 in Clinton County early Wednesday morning.

The MSHP reports that the crash was caused when a Chevrolet Impala driven by 44-year-old Florence Butcher experience a malfunction that caused the hood to open and strike the windshield of the vehicle. Butcher turned off the road onto a private drive, and was struck from behind by a Kawasaki motorcycle.

The motorcyclist, 31-year-old Neil Dodd, was thrown from his vehicle after it overturned. He was taken by ambulance to Liberty Hospital, where he was treated for serious injuries.

No other injuries are reported in the accident.

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