News: 18-year-old UTV driver hurt in crash near Cowgill
CALDWELL COUNTY, MO – An 18-year-old was hospitalized after a crash on a private drive near Cowgill Thursday afternoon.
The MSHP reports the crash took place close to 5:36 p.m. on Route B, just south of Cowgill.
A northbound Chevrolet driven by 54-year-old Amy Hawk of Cowgill crossed the center line and crashed into the John Deere UTV driven by 18-year-old Austin Cummings.
Cummings had been attempting to make a left turn in a private drive when Hawk’s vehicle struck the driver’s side of his vehicle.
Cummings was taken to Liberty Hospital by EMS with minor injuries.
Hawk was reportedly uninjured in the crash.
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