MO: Passenger left hurt after crash involving deer on US-63 in Randolph County

RANDOLPH COUNTY, MO – A single-vehicle accident Thursday evening on U.S. Highway 63 near Renick left a 42-year-old passenger injured, reports the Missouri State Highway Patrol.

The collision took place on the northbound lanes about .5 miles south of the city and was first reported at about 7:50 p.m.

Preliminary details indicate a 32-year-old Moberly woman was driving a 2002 Chevrolet Cavalier northbound when the vehicle collided with a deer and then came to a stop in a nearby ditch.

While no injuries to the driver were reported, her passenger, a 42-year-old Moberly man, suffered moderate injuries. He was transported by Randolph County Ambulance crews to University Hospital in Columbia.

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