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2 seriously injured in Stoddard County crash

STODDARD COUNTY, MO (KFVS) - Two men suffered serious injuries after an accident near Dexter Wednesday evening.

The crash happened at around 7:30 p.m on Cypress Lane, 2 miles west of Dexter.

The Missouri State Highway Patrol says Christopher Boldreghini, 39, of Dexter was traveling South in a 2001 GMC truck.  He lost control of the truck, ran off the road, and struck a tree.

Both Boldreghini and passenger Guadalupe Menoz, 53, of Dexter were flown to Saint Francis Medical Center with serious injuries.

Officials say neither person in the vehicle where wearing seatbelts. 

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