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Maries County crash involving trooper caused thousands in damage

MSHP crash in Maries County April 27
Maries County Sheriff's Office
State troopers at the scene of a crash on Highway 63 in Maries County Monday, April 27.


The Missouri State Highway Patrol said a crash involving a trooper Monday night caused about $30,000 in damage.

The crash report said the trooper and another driver received minor injuries from the wreck.

According to the report, a 2009 Chevrolet Suburban pulled out in front of a 2020 Ford Explorer on Highway 63 near Highway 42.

Troopers added both vehicles were totalled in the crash and had to be twoed from the scene. It included 42-year-old Brian Crawford and 67-year-old Mark Moss were both taken to Phelps Health Regional Medical Center.

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