Two people were injured yesterday in a pair of Lawrence County crashes.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol issued the following reports:
A Pierce City teenager was hurt in a two-vehicle wreck a half mile north of Monett on Highway 37 at 3:57 p.m.
Jameson Brock, 17, one of the drivers, sustained minor injuries and was taken to Cox Monett Hospital.
Stacey Stow, 37, of Monett, the other driver, was not injured.
The crash occurred when the westbound Chevrolet driven by Stow was stopped to make a left turn when it was struck from behind by the westbound Ford driven by Brock.
Investigating the wreck was Trooper Adam Poulson.
A Haven, Kan., woman was injured in a one-vehicle crash west of Halltown on Highway 86 at 1:38 p.m.
Patricia Daugherty, 67, a passenger, sustained moderate injuries and was taken to Cox Medical Center South in Springfield. She was a passenger in a vehicle driven by Jimmy Daugherty, 75, of Haven, Kan.
The wreck occurred when the eastbound Lincoln driven by Jimmy Daugherty went out of control on the wet road and struck a highway sign.
Investigating the crash was Trooper Darrin Call.