Public Safety : Warrensburg Police Dept.

7 people hurt in 3-car crash on U.S. 50

Oct 7, 2009, 3:08 PM

WARRENSBURG, Mo.—Five men and two women were injured in a three-car accident Saturday night on U.S. 50 at County Road NE 651.

According to the Missouri Highway Patrol, a car driven Adam K. Schroeder, 27, of Knob Noster , failed to halt at the stop sign on Route 651, and pulled onto U.S. 50, where it was struck by two vehicles.

The first car to hit Schroeder’s vehicle was driven by Travis E. Jenkins, 20, of Leeton, who was eastbound in the right lane.

A car driven by Kelcey J. Dunworth, 20, of Knob Noster, also struck the Schroeder car. The Schroeder and Dunworth cars went off the left side of U.S. 50 and ended up in the median.

Those injured included three people in the Schroeder car: Edward E. McKeldin, 35, Knob Noster, who was taken by helicopter to Centerpoint Hospital in Independence; Jesse J. Baumann, 28, Knob Noster, and Schroeder did not seek treatment for their injuries.

Three people in the Jenkins car were hurt: Alseha B. Windsor, 20, Leeton, was flown to the University of Kansas Medical Center. The driver and Todd A. Windsor, 17, Sedalia, sought their own treatment for injuries.

Kelsey Dunworth, driver of the third car, was transported by ambulance to Reasearch Hospitl in Kansas City.

The accident is still under investigation and charges are pending.