Waynesville, MO – Wanda Bell was seriously injured in a two-vehicle collision in Waynesville on Friday, December 18th, 2015. The accident happened just before 6:30 pm.
According to the police report, 57-year-old Bell was driving a 2004 Ford Mustang eastbound along Interstate 44 just east of Highway 17 when the vehicle went of the left-hand side of the roadway, crossed the median and collided with a 1997 Ford Thunderbird, driven by 21-year-old Ethan Honeycutt.
Bell was seriously injured and taken to Phelps County Regional Medical Center for treatment.
No other injuries were reported.
Authorities are looking into the reason for the accident.
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