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August 10, 2012

One injured following motorcycle vs semi accident on T-20

CINCINNATI —

A motorcycle driver was injured in a semi vs motorcycle crash just north of the Iowa/Missouri state line, south of Cincinnati Friday morning.

The accident report from the Iowa State Patrol states that Vernon M. Hutchinson was the driver of the 2007 Harley Davidson motorcycle. Hutchinson, 35, Unionville, Mo., was listed as injured and transported to Mercy Medical Center in Centerville via Mercy Ambulance. Scanner communications indicated that Mercy One Air Ambulance was en route to the hospital.

According to the accident report, Hutchinson crossed the center line and collided with the rear tires of the semi. Hutchinson was wearing a helmet and the report states that charges are pending.

The door panel of the semi listed a logo for J&C Express from Cincinnati. The driver was listed as Timothy R. Furnald, 62, Seymour.

The accident occured at approximately 7:49 a.m. on Friday. The accident occurred near 31331 County Highway T20.

Assisting at the scene were the Iowa State Patrol, Appanoose County Sheriff, Cincinnati Fire, Southern Appanoose County First Responders and Mercy Ambulance.

 

 

Minimal Crash Report:

 Case Number:  2012044394  Type:  Personal Injury  County:  04
 Crash Date:  08102012  Time:  0749
 Location:  ON T20 APPROX 4 MILES SOUTH OF CINCINNATI
 
 Vehicle 1 Year:  2007  Make:  HD  Type:  MOTORCYLE
 Towed By:  BRATZ TOWING
 Driver Name:  HUTCHINSON,VERNON M  Age:  35
 City & State of Residence:  UNIONVILLE,MO
 
 Vehicle 2 Year:  2006  Make:  PTRB  Type:  SEMI
 Towed By:  DRIVEABLE
 Driver Name:  FURNALD,TIMOTHY R  Age:  62
 City & State of Residence:  SEYMOUR,IA
 
 Vehicle 3 Year:     Make:     Type:   
 Towed By:   
 Driver Name:     Age:   
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 Injury 1 Type:  Injured
 Name:  HUTCHINSON,VERNON M  Age:  35
 City & State of Residence:  UNIONVILLE,MO
 Seatbelt Use:     Life saved by Seatbelt:   
 Transported To:  MERCY HOSPITAL  Transported By:  MERCY CENTERVILLE
 
 Injury 2 Type:   
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 Injury 3 Type:   
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 Injury 4 Type:   
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 Injury 5 Type:   
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 Injury 6 Type:   
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 Motor Carrier Info (IF Large truck is involved)
 Name of Carrier:  J & C EXPRESS LLC
 DOT or MCC #:  1706795
 City & State of Carrier:  CINCINNATI,IA  Hazmat Involved?:  No
 
 Summary:  
    VEHICLE #1 CROSS THE CENTER LINE STRIKING REAR DUALS OF THE SEMI

TRACTOR MOTORCYCLE DRIVER WAS WEARING A HELMET CHARGES PENDING

ASSISTED BY APPANOOSE COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE, MERCY AMBULANCE

SERVICE, SOUTHERN APPANOOSE COUNTY FIRST RESPONDERS, CINCINNATI

FIRE DEPT
 
 Officer Name:  TROOPER SPENCER  Post:  2
 Assisted By:  TROOPERS DANIELS, CA

 

 

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