• August 11, 2020

Randall S. Kendrick Injured in 18-Wheeler Accident in Webster County, MO

Webster County, MO -- August 10, 2020, 31-year-old Randall S. Kendrick was injured in an 18-wheeler accident early Monday morning in Webster County, Missouri.

According to Missouri State Highway Patrol, Kendrick traveled westbound in a 2019 Freightliner when he allegedly fell asleep at the wheel around 4:30 a.m. Consequently, the 18-wheeler ran off the right side of the road, then hit several construction barrels and a barrier before the vehicle returned to the roadway.

EMS transported Kendrick of Pleasant Hope to Mercy Hospital in Springfield with minor injuries. Marshfield Towing hauled the totaled Freightliner from the scene. Trooper T. Mosley is the investigating officer.

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