|Posted on September 23, 2019 in Car Accident |
A crash occurred on September 22, 2019 around 3pm on the I-49 near the 170.8 mile marker in Raymore, Missouri. It was a two car crash between Jairo Cabrera-Pineda, a 34 year old male from Springdale, Arizona, and Candace Marlin, a 70 year old female from Williamsburg, Iowa. Both vehicles were driving northbound on Interstate 49 when the collision took place. The crash happened when Marlin slowed down her vehicle as a result of inclement weather and she was rear ended by Cabrera-Pineda. Three people were injured in the crash, one of them being Candace Marlin who had moderate injuries. Two passengers from Cabrera-Pineda’s car were injured as well. Alberto Kenton, a 44 year old male suffered moderate injuries. Ruvia Licona, a 30 year old female, suffered moderate injuries as well. All three injured people were taken by ambulance to Belton Regional Medical Center by South Metro Fire District.
Cabrera-Pineda was driving a 2005 Nissan that had extensive vehicle damage and needed to be towed from the accident scene. Marlin was driving a 2003 GMC that had moderate damage but was able to be driven from the scene of the accident.
I-49 near the 170.8 mile marker
Jairo Cabrera-Pineda, 34 year old male from Springdale, Arizona
Driver 1 Injuries:
No reported injuries
Ruvia Licona, 30 year old female from Springdale, Arizona
Alberto Kenton, 44 year old male from Springdale, Arizona
Candace Marlin, 70 year old female from Williamsburg, Iowa
Driver 2 Injuries:
No reported passengers.
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