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Two different accidents in Region 8 send several to hospital

UNDATED, MO (KAIT) - Two car accidents Friday in Southeast Missouri send several people to the hospital.

The first accident happened in Dunklin County, on US Highway 412 about 2 miles south of Cardwell.

According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, 18-year-old Dylan Hall was driving westbound when he crossed the center line and hit 47-year-old Troy Marrow of Paragould.

Police say neither Hall or his 16-year-old passenger Sean Hembrey were wearing seatbelts at the time of the accident. Both were taken to an Arkansas hospital with serious injuries. Marrow was wearing his seatbelt and received only minor injuries.

The second crash happened in New Madrid County on Highway 153 about 1 mile south of Parma.

MSHP say 58-year-old Linda Castleberry of Parma was southbound on Hwy. 153 when she drove off the road, struck an embankment, and then overturned in a ditch.

Castleberry was not injured in the accident, but a passenger; 53-year-old Donald Seuell was seriously injured in the accident and air-lifted to a Cape Girardeau hospital.

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