Carthage teen charged with DWI after rollover crash in Jasper County

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UPDATE: Missouri State Highway Patrol overnight updates information regarding the single vehicle crash. A 19-year-old Carthage resident, Sydney Sanders, was the single occupant/driver of a 2005 Toyota Camry. She is charged with: DWI, C&I and not wearing a seat belt. She suffered serious injuries in the rollover crash and was transported to Mercy Joplin. Trooper A.J. Cook states in his narrative of the crash, “Occurred as [Camry] left the roadway, struck a mailbox, a culvert, overturned, and then struck a post.”


JASPER COUNTY, Mo. — Sunday morning just after midnight a reported rollover crash, NE of Carthage at MO-96 and CR 100, about 200 feet north of the intersection.

Carthage Fire Department, Jasper County Sheriff’s Deputies, Mercy EMS and Missouri State Highway Patrol responded.

The single vehicle crash, a passenger car, was traveling south on CR 100 approaching MO-96.

One occupant, female driver was not wearing her seatbelt and suffered non-life threatening injuries.

More information from Trooper A.J. Cook of Troop D as becomes available.

Schrader’s Towing will clear the vehicle from the scene.

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