News: SUV vs Mail Truck crash in Clay County results in one injury, two totaled vehicles

CLAY COUNTY, MO – A Postal Service vehicle was totaled and its driver injured when it was rear-ended in Clay County on Tuesday afternoon, MSHP reports.

The crash occurred at approximately 12:05 p.m., on MO-210 and Bluff Road, when a USPS vehicle driven by 58-year-old Alison Gordon of Liberty was stopped in preparation for a turn and was struck by a GMC Terrain operated by 19-year-old Kenzie Hawkins of Norborne.

Hawkins’ vehicle then continued on to strike a passing tractor trailer which remains unidentified.

Gordon was taken to Liberty Hospital by ambulance with minor injuries.

Both Gordon and Hawkins’ vehicles were considered total losses after the accident.

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