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Beaufort teen severely injured in weather related accident

A Beaufort teen and a Gerald resident were involved in a two-vehicle, weather related accident on Hwy 185, 1.2 miles south of Hwy. 50 in Beaufort at 7:10 p.m. on Mon., Feb. 13, 2012. 

Slick roads attribute to a car wreck and a Union school bus wreck

New Haven, Mo – At 5:30 a.m. roadways were clear, by 6:15 a.m. roadways were covered with a light patch of snow.  Snow amounts continue to increase as the winter storm moves across the area.

The almost instantly snow covered roads has already led to one vehicle accident in the area with school officials caught between a rock and a hard place.

Car vs Boat

New Haven, Mo - Early this morning, at 3:04 a.m., New Haven Berger Fire Department and New Haven EMS responded to a report of a motor vehicle accident approximately three miles west of New Haven on Highway 100.

Hunter out smarted by raccoon

Robertsville, Mo. - Last night at approximately 8:30 p.m. Franklin County Deputies responded to a report of an accidental shooting at River Round Access near Old Cove Road approximately 10 miles southeast of Robertsville, Mo.

Fire crews respond for flue fire - Flames spotted by neighbor coming from flue

This evening at 6:11 p.m. the New Haven Berger Fire Department responded to the 200 block of Locust Street for a report of an active flue fire.

Deputy Chief Brad Maune was the first to arrive on the scene and confirmed the initial report.  Maune said, “When I first arrived noticeable embers were still coming out of the chimney”.

UPDATE: White SUV plows into the Los Cabos Restaurant

10:45 p.m. - Washington, Mo – At approx 6:30 p.m. this evening a white SUV plowed into Los Cabos Mexican Restaurant located off Highway 100 on High Street, near Straatmann Toyota.

Vehicle crashes into ditch flipping truck upside down

New Haven, Mo. – New Haven Fire and EMS crews responded early this morning around 1:50 a.m. for a report of a vehicle accident rollover on Highway YY, three quarters of a mile east of Highway185.

Investigation continues on Hardee's fire - Halmich gives a possible cause

Washington, Mo. - On Saturday afternoon, fire tore through Hardee’s causing officials to deem it a complete loss.

Fire destroys Hardee's - Considered a complete loss

Washington, Mo. – Yesterday afternoon at approximately 1 p.m. Washington Fire Crews responded to the 200 block of Fifth Street for a commercial first alarm with reports of visible flames coming from the backside of Hardee’s.

Update: Recorded video of our Live Video Stream at the Hardee's fire in Washington, Mo -Live Exclusive interview Washington Fire Chief Bill Halmich

Washington, Mo - Below is a live exclusive interview with Chief Bill Halmich of the Washington Fire Department, streamed live from the scene of the Hardee's Fire.

UPDATE: Catherine Berliner dies after falling 85-feet at Ameren Labadie plant

8:10 p.m. - Earlier this afternoon Rita Holmes-Boboa, a spokesperson for Ameren Missouri released the following statement. (Please note the identity of the worker had already been released by the Franklin County Sheriffs Department in the initial press release.)

New Haven Berger Fire Protection District purchases new equipment

Pictured above are the new resuce tools recently purchased by NewHaven Berger Fire Department.

The New Haven-Berger Fire Protection District recently purchased and placed into service two sets of hydraulic rescue tools and 2,000 feet of large diameter hose.

16-year-old Hermann High School Student Killed in Tragic Car Accident

Yesterday morning 16-year-old, Natalie Knudesn, was in a car accident while driving to school.  According the Missouri State High Patrol the accident occurred on highway 19 approximately three and a half miles south of Hermann near Frene Creek Road.

Ford F-150 smokes back end of UPS truck

New Haven, Mo. – New Haven police, fire, and EMS responded at 3:22 p.m. this afternoon for a report of a motor vehicle accident on highway C across from Danny Scott Drive. (Entrance to Henniges Automotive)

Three killed on Missouri roads during Thanksgiving holiday

Missouri News Horizon
– The combination of slick roadways and heavy traffic during the Thanksgiving holiday weekend claimed three lives in Missouri, the State Highway Patrol reports.

Between Wednesday evening and Sunday, troopers investigated a total of 365 traffic crashes, three of which proved fatal. In all three crashes, the deceased drivers had not been wearing seatbelts.

UPDATE: Two car accident on Hwy E sends eight to hospital -- Ambulances from Gerald and Hermann also respond

Nov., 28, 7:22 a.m. - According to the MSHP crash report, the maroon colored 2002 Dodge Neon, driven by 19-year-old Gregory Shipley of St. Louis, Mo., was traveling southbound on Good Hope Road when he failed to stop at a posted stop sign and traveled into the path of the brown colored Chevrolet Malibu.

23 year-old found dead yesterday morning

Gerald, Mo. -- Yesterday morning at approximately 4:20 a.m. deputies with the Franklin County Sheriff’s Department responded in reference to a death investigation in the 9000 block of Droste Road, located 4 miles south of Gerald, Mo. off of highway H.

According to the victim’s father, he and his son had been at a deer camp where several people had been drinking.

Deer vs Car... Deer Wins -- What to do if you see a deer on the highway

New Haven, Mo. -- At approximately at 5:45 p.m. this evening, a vehicle was traveling west bound on Highway 100 when a deer crossing the highway attempted to jump over the car, causing the car to hit the deer.

The accident occurred 4 miles west of New Haven and approximately one -half mile east of Grant Lane and highway 100.

911 cell phone surcharge may be headed back to ballot for a third time

Missouri News Horizon

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Backers of a plan that would place a surcharge on cell phone services in Missouri to pay for the upkeep and upgrades at local 911 emergency call centers are dismayed the issue may be headed for a statewide ballot for a third time.

The House of Representatives’ Interim Committee on 911 Access held its final hearing on the needs of 911 emergency call centers and ideas for funding improvements.

UPDATE3: Train demolishes car -- Driver of vehicle identified and could face felony child endangerment charges

Mon., Nov. 7 2011 - According to the MSHP, the driver of the vehicle has been identified as Monica Sauder, age 31 of Leslie, Mo.

We spoke with Chief John Sheible this afternoon about what Sauder would be charged with.  Sheible said that his officers had issued tickets the night of the incident.  However, because Sauder’s actions met the criteria for felony child endangerment charges, New Haven Police would have to drop their initial charges.

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