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Two injured, one arrested in wrong-way crash

(KNZA)--A St. Joseph, Missouri man has been arrested for allegedly driving drunk at 110 mph on the wrong side of a northwest Missouri highway before a head-on crash that injured two people.  
The Missouri State Highway Patrol reports the crash happened Wednesday evening on Interstate 29 about six miles north of St. Joseph in Andrew County.

The Patrol says the wrong-way driver, 52-year-old Roger Moe, was not hurt.  However, the driver of the SUV he hit, 21-year-old Wentzville, Missouri resident Corey Brueggeman, suffered minor injuries and his passenger, 22-year-old Maryville, Missouri resident Austin Cross, was flown to a St. Joseph hospital with serious injuries.  Cross was later flown to the University of Kansas Hospital in Kansas City.

The St. Joseph News Press reports Moe was arrested on suspicion of driving while intoxicated, second-degree assault, driving on the wrong side of the road and driving 110 mph in a 70 mph zone.


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