News: Four people injured on HWY 50 in Johnson County in two-vehicle crash

JOHNSON COUNTY, MO – Four people were hospitalized in Johnson County after failure to yield at a stop sign resulted in a two-car collision on Friday afternoon, reports the MSHP.

The accident took place close to 3:21 p.m. on Highway 50 at NW 1501 Road when a southbound Pontiac Grand Prix driven by 43-year-old Paris, Missouri resident Damon Dunlap went through a stop sign without yielding to a Ford Fusion. The Fusion, driven by 67-year-old Darrell Carter of Warrensburg, then struck the side of the Dunlap’s vehicle.

Dunlap was taken to Research Medical with serious injuries.

Carter and one passenger in his vehicle sustained minor injuries and a second passenger sustained moderate injuries. All three were treated at Western Missouri Medical Center.

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