A crash Thursday evening in Ripley County, Mo. leaves three injured.
It happened on Route Y about four-miles north of Doniphan around 5 p.m.
According to the Missouri Highway Patrol, Michael Stubbs, of Doniphan, for an unknown reason drove his Chevrolet Blazer off the road, over-corrected, and this caused the SUV to flip.
Stubbs and one of his passengers, Deborah Garner, also of Doniphan, were both seriously hurt in the crash.
They were both flown by Air Evac to Saint Francis Medical Center in Cape Girardeau.
A second passenger in the SUV, Richard Garner of Doniphan, was also hurt in the crash.
He was taken by ambulance with moderate injuries to Southeast Healthcare of Ripley County in Doniphan.
Troopers report that Stubbs was the only person in the now totaled SUV who was wearing a seat belt.
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