A man from Independence suffered serious injuries when the vehicle he was driving overturned on U.S. Route 71 Sunday morning.
According to the Cass County Sheriff’s Department, 44-year-old Kelley C. Fletcher drove a 2008 Hyundai south on U.S. Route 71 one mile north of Missouri Route 291. The vehicle went off the left side of the road and rolled onto its roof about 10 a.m.
Mr. Fletcher sustained serious injuries. He was airlifted to Research Medical Center for medical attention. Penelope L. Fletcher, 43, of Independence was in the vehicle with him. She suffered minor injuries and was also taken to Research Medical Center.
The exact location of this accident has not been released.
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