Missouri man killed in late morning wreck near Girard

Pittsburg Morning Sun – March 15, 2018

A Missouri man is dead, following a wreck late Thursday morning near Girard.

According to a release from the Crawford County Sheriff’s department, at about 11:44 a.m. Thursday Crawford County 911 received a report of an injury wreck in the area of 600 Avenue and 120 Street southwest of Girard.

Deputies responding found a Ford truck and a Nissan truck which had collided in the intersection with two people injured.

On further investigation, it was determined the Ford was traveling east on 600 Avenue and the Nissan truck was driving north on 120 Street when they collided.

The Ford, owned by Ervin and Ramona Kichler of Girard was driven by Terry Holstine Jr., 36, of Pittsburg. Holstine was transported to Girard Medical Center by Crawford County EMS with possible injuries.

The Nissan, owned by Hummel Farms of Greenfield, Missouri was driven by Rodney Hummel, 54, Greenfield. Hummel was pronounced dead at the scene. Records indicate that Holstine was operating the vehicle with a suspended license.

The Crawford Township Fire Department also assisted at the scene. The wreck remains under investigation by CRSO.

 

Posted by Gwen Dorr Romine, KSFFA Webmaster
http://www.ksffa.com
KSFFA’s Fire News Blog Home Page

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