According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, a two-vehicle collision that occurred this morning (March 17) at 7:40 a.m. on Glade Chapel Road east of Highway 21 in the Hillsboro region gravely injured Richard G. Myers, 56, of Hillsboro.
Accident On Glade Chapel Road Injures A Hillsboro Man; According to the report, Myers was driving a 1985 Buick Riviera east on Glade Chapel when the vehicle crossed the center line and collided head-on with a huge truck. The truck, a 2007 International, was being driven by De Soto resident John E. Reando, 49. There were no alleged wounds on him.
Myers was flown by helicopter to Mercy Hospital St. Louis in Creve Coeur, where a hospital spokesperson said he was classified in serious condition. He didn’t have his seat belt on. One was on Reando, the patrol noted.
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Hillsboro Police Department Updates Information On An Officer-involved Shooting
Oregon’s Hillsboro (KPTV) – Following what was described as an “unprovoked attack,” an officer shot a man, and the Hillsboro Police Department is now releasing fresh details.
According to authorities, the incident took place on August 26 at about 1 pm close to the west precinct. At that point, Hillsboro resident Jose Juan Aguilar-Mandujano, 20, is accused of attacking Lieutenant Neil Potter, a 23-year member of the Hillsboro Police Department.
According to Hillsboro P.D., Potter was knocked to the ground during the altercation, shattering two of his facial bones and suffering a concussion. They claim the attack was unprovoked. According to investigators, Aguilar-Mandujano then carried on the assault as Potter was lying on the ground reaching for his revolver.
Although Hillsboro P.D. has stated that an officer shot Aguilar-Mandujano, no other information was provided in the chronology, and P.D. has not stated that Potter fired the pistol.
The family of Aguilar-Mandujano talked with FOX 12 on Monday and expressed their belief that their son’s shooting might have been prevented given the proximity of the precinct, claiming the officer should have requested backup.
Lieutenant Potter is still recuperating from his wounds, according to Hillsboro P.D., while Aguilar-Mandujano is still in the hospital.
A Hillsboro Lady Has Died Following A Head-on Collision In The Otto Area
The SUV a 16-year-old Festus girl was driving collided head-on with the car a 19-year-old Hillsboro woman was driving on Tuesday evening (Feb. 22), the Missouri State Highway Patrol reported. The accident occurred on Highway 21 south of Highway M in the Otto region.
At 5:59 p.m., Hana C. Maue, 19, was declared deceased. The patrol reported today on Tuesday (Feb. 23). According to the investigation, the SUV that struck the car Maue was driving also contained two 16-year-old passengers who suffered injuries.
The 2016 Chevrolet Equinox, driven by the 16-year-old Festus woman, was headed north on Highway 21 in the southbound lanes when it collided with Maue’s 2001 Chrysler PT Cruiser, which was traveling south at the time, according to the report.
A 16-year-old De Soto boy who was a passenger in the Equinox suffered moderate injuries, while the 16-year-old Festus girl was critically hurt. According to the report, Rock Township Ambulance sent all three teenagers to Mercy Hospital South in south St. Louis County.