A Granby man was uninjured when in the middle of a three-vehicle wreck on a Barry County highway Tuesday that seriously injured two Cassville residents.

A Granby man was uninjured when in the middle of a three-vehicle wreck on a Barry County highway Tuesday that seriously injured two Cassville residents.
John C. Pugh, 24, was traveling northbound on Missouri Highway 37 at Route W in Butterfield at 6:28 a.m. when the Missouri State Highway Patrol reported a 2000 Dodge Pickup driven eastbound by Mason K. Roller, 18, pulled into the path of Pugh’s 2010 Jeep Wrangler, and after that collision, Pugh’s vehicle then collided into a westbound 2013 GMC pickup driven by Steven A, Mattingly, 30 of Exeter, who was also uninjured.
Both Roller, and his passenger, Caleb J. Roller, 20, were air-lifted to Cox South Hospital in Springfield.
A Welch, Okla. man was taken to Mercy Hospital in Joplin for treatment of moderate injuries after driving his motorcycle off a Newton County road early Tuesday.
Christopher L. Anderson, 34, rode his westbound 2014 Honda off Greenwood Drive and overturned two miles west of Joplin at 4 a.m., the patrol reported.
A Granby man and a Stella woman were taken to Joplin hospitals after their cars collided Monday at 6:30 p.m. on Route HH six miles east of Neosho.
Victoria S. Hays, 48, failed to stop her westbound 2002 Chevrolet Cavalier at an intersection and the patrol said her car collided with an eastbound 2003 Honda Shadow driven by Jeffrey E. Fisher, 52.
Fisher was taken to Freeman West with moderate injuries and Hays was transported to Mercy for treatment of minor injuries.