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2 Excelsior Springs residents receive injuries in crash: Missouri State Highway Report

April 13, 2018 – Missouri State Highway Patrol reported two crashes and one arrest last week.

On Sunday, April 1, two Excelsior Springs residents were injured in a single-vehicle crash that occurred on eastbound 10 Hwy., east of Linda Lane.

According to the crash report investigated by Cpl. Kline, Cyril S. Mize, 50, was traveling westbound in his 2004 Mercury when he lost control and the vehicle traveled off the left side of the roadway. The Mercury struck a ditch and overturned, coming to rest on its top.

Mize sustained serious injuries in the crash. A minor occupant in the vehicle sustained minor injuries. Both parties were wearing seatbelts.

Excelsior Springs Police Department assisted in the crash and also transported the minor occupant to Excelsior Springs Hospital for treatment. Mize was transported by EMS to Excelsior Springs Hospital.

MSHP responded to a second crash on Thursday, April 5 involving a Kearney man.

At approximately 11:29 p.m., Christopher M. House, 28, was driving a 2002 Harley Davidson in Jackson County on westbound I-70, east of Woods Chapel Rd., when he lost control the vehicle.

Tpr. Montgomery investigated the crash, noting that the crash occurred as the Harley Davidson travelled off the left side of the roadway, struck the road and a concrete wall.

House sustained moderate injuries in the crash and was transported by Central Jackson County Fire Protection District to Centerpoint Medical Center. House was wearing a safety device. The vehicle sustained extensive damage.

Blue Springs Police Department assisted in the crash, in addition to Cpl. Kutzner and Tpr. Rodenberg of MSHP.

House was released for medical treatment but faces three charges relating to the crash. Charges include driving while intoxicated, careless and imprudent driving involving an accident and no insurance.

By Standard Staff • StandardStaff@leaderpress.com

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