Law enforcement agencies released these accident reports last week:
US-50 east of Old Mill Road.
At 12:41 a.m. on November 20, a blowout caused a 2001 Ford F-250 pulling a camper to veer over US-50 and roll over in the opposite ditch, injuring two people but refusing to be taken to hospital .
The report by Deputy Landis Goodman indicated that Marisa E. Giffin, a 37-year-old driver and owner of the Wichita city, was overkill. She and passenger Adelaide MB Seiwert, 40, of Kingman, were listed as injured, but both refused to be transported by any of the multiple ambulances dispatched to the crash scene.
Ford sustained significant damage and is listed as destroyed.
310 north of US-56/77.
On Nov. 22 at 7:29 p.m., Eddie R. Turner, 52, was driving his 2019 Dodge Ram 150 when it struck a deer, causing minor damage to the front end. Shannon E. Harris, 44, of the same address, was a passenger.
220 south of K-15.
Andrew B. Chestnut, 37, of Hutchinson, was driving his 2011 Ford Edge when it hit a deer at 7:56 pm on November 23, causing severe damage to the front, hood and driver’s side and being towed away.
US-50 east of Yarrow Road.
On Nov. 24 at 5:35 p.m., Susan M. Redican, 30, was driving her 2011 Hyundai Elantra when she struck a deer, causing front, left, and The hood and landing gear were damaged, but it was still drivable.
US-56 east of Limestone Road.
Caden L. Bernhardt, 25, of Marion, was driving Samuel L. Bernhardt of the same address on November 24 at 7:55 p.m. . Bernhardt) hit a deer with his 2005 Dodge Ram 150. Despite damage to the front, hood, left side and landing gear, the pickup is still drivable.
K-15 north of Route 270.
Luke A. Buller, 18, of rural Galva, was driving a 2003 Toyota four-wheeler owned by Lyle D. Buller of the same address on November 24 at 8:32 p.m. The motorcycle hit a deer. The sport utility vehicle suffered damage to its front end and undercarriage and was deemed immobile, but the owner removed them.
US-56 is north of Route 270.
At 8:42 p.m. on Nov. 24, Greggory D. Coleman, 65, was driving his 2021 Jeep Wrangler when he hit a deer despite the front and engine damage. Cover damaged, but still drivable. Lori A. Coleman, 58, of the same address, was a passenger.
K-15 north of 110th Road.
At 5:40 p.m. on Nov. 27, Dwight L. Boyce, 53, was driving his 2002 Ford F-350 into a ditch and overturned.
The truck suffered damage to its sides, windshield and roof and was towed away. Muriel D. Boyce, 57, was a passenger at the same address.
North of Kanza Road 160.
Shelley A. Rooker, 59, of rural Hillsboro, was injured at 11:20 a.m. on Nov. 28 when she felt her 2013 Buick The LaCrosse fell off the right side of the road, overcorrected and eventually refused to be taken to the hospital while driving it left.
Infant Ellee Bebermeyer of the same address and 3-year-old Bennett Bebermeyer were passengers but no injuries were reported.
The Buick’s front end and landing gear were damaged, but it was still drivable.
US-50 east of Timber Road.
On Nov. 29 at 3:15 p.m., what looked like a metal rod may have fallen from the rear of the semitrailer, causing minor damage to a 2011 Toyota Camry driving behind the semitrailer.
Noah A. Solley, 20, of Mount Hope, told deputy Kaylan Miles he didn’t see anything from his 1998 Peter The Peterbilt, which is owned by Hutchinson’s Black Harvesting Company, didn’t miss a thing.
However, the Camry, owned and driven by 21-year-old Aaleigha J. Barnett of Arlington, Texas, suffered damage to the right front and hood. William R. Barnett, 47, of another address in Arlington, was a passenger at the time.
No citations were issued.
9th Street east of Maple Street, Peabody
Carl E. Spencer, 54, of Peabody, was injured when his 2008 Zhejiang Shenke scooter lost control in a patch of dirt as he was leaving the Family Dollar / Dollar Tree parking lot at 2 p.m. on Nov. 30.
Spencer overturned the scooter at low speed, injured his ankle and knee, and was taken to NMC Health in Newton by Hillsborough Ambulance. There were no reports of damage to the scooter.