Pineville, MO – Around 10:30 a.m., Friday, September 18, Ezra Thompson, 19, and Samuel Thompson, 17, were injured in a 2-car accident on I-49, in Pineville, MO.
According to police reports, things began when Roy Hurst, 48-years-old, lost control of his 2014 Chevy pick-up and collided with a 1991 Isuzu Sidekick, driven by Ezra Thompson. During the accident, both Ezra and Samuel Thompson sustained serious injuries. They were each transported by helicopter to Mercy Hospital in Springfield. Their current condition is not known. Mr. Hurst appears to have escaped the accident without injury.
While there is no explanation at this time as to why Mr. Hurst lost control, there is nothing in public sources that suggests drugs, alcohol, or excessive speed were involved. It should be noted that everyone in the accident was wearing a seat belt. It is unclear if the investigation is ongoing.
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Map of the Area Near the Accident
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