Four people were injured in three area traffic crashes since Friday.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol issued the following reports:
Two Monettans were hurt in a one-vehicle wreck at 3:15 p.m. Saturday a half mile south of Reeds Spring on Highway 413 in Stone County.
Virginia Mayberry, 75, the driver, and George Mayberry, 76, a passenger, sustained minor injuries and were taken to Cox Medical Center South in Springfield.
The crash occurred when the northbound Chevrolet driven by Virginia Mayberry went off the road and overturned.
Investigating the wreck was Trooper Adam Buff.
A Wheaton woman was injured in a two-vehicle crash at 5:20 p.m. Saturday two miles south of Pineville on Highway 71 in McDonald County.
Glenna McComb, 25, one of the drivers, sustained moderate injuries and was taken to Northwest Regional Hospital in Bentonville, Arkansas.
Lisa Longaberger, age unavailable, of Joplin, was the other motorist.
The wreck occurred when the westbound Saturn driven by McComb failed to stop and struck the northbound Dodge driven by Longaberger.
Investigating the crash was Trooper Tyler Moreland.
A Joplin man was hurt in a one-vehicle wreck at 9:05 a.m. Friday five miles west of Stotts City on Interstate 44 in Lawrence County.
Jeremy Griffin, 25, th driver, sustained minor injuries and was taken to Freeman West Hospital in Joplin.
The crash occurred when the eastbound Ford driven by Griffin went into the median and struck a barrier cable.
Investigating the wreck was Trooper Steve Jones.