UPDATE: Multiple people trapped after crash in NEMO


    According to MSHP, a car driven by Greggory Strub-Lay, 28 of Canton, Missouri, crossed the center line on the icy highway and struck another vehicle head-on.

    UPDATE: The Missouri State Highway Patrol has released the names of the people involved in Sunday night's head-on collision.

    According to MSHP, a car driven by Greggory Strub-Lay, 28 of Canton, Missouri, crossed the center line on the snow covered highway and struck another vehicle head-on.

    That vehicle was driven by Joshua Darnel, 34, of Brashear, Missouri.

    Darnel and his son, Weston Darnel, 10, also of Brashear, were seriously injured in the crash. Initial reports on the scanner indicated the two were trapped inside their vehicle.

    Both were taken to the hospital in serious condition, and according to the crash report, Weston Darnel was then transported to University Hospital in Columbia.

    The crash report indicates that Joshua Darnel and his son were not wearing seat belts at the time of the crash.

    Strub-Lay was also seriously injured in the crash and taken to Northeast Regional Medical Center.

    It's unknown at this time if he was wearing a seat belt at the time of the crash.

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    Slick roads are believed to have played a role in a crash in northeast Missouri.

    That crash happened around 6:45 p.m. Sunday, on Highway 6, west of Brashear.

    Scanner traffic indicated at least one adult and two children were trapped inside a vehicle.

    Crews worked for almost an hour to extricate the occupants.

    At this time, the names of those involved and their conditions have not been released.

    As of 7:40 p.m. Sunday, personnel were still on scene and asking motorists to use caution if in the area.

    *Note: Initial scanner communication stated this crash involved a vehicle that had rolled. KTVO will update this story as more information becomes available.

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