Three teens injured when car rolls over near Wayland

Posted: Jun. 10, 2014 8:18 am Updated: Jun. 24, 2014 11:15 am

WAYLAND, Mo. -- Three teens were injured at 7:15 p.m. Monday when a tire blew out on the car they were driving, causing it to overturn on U.S. 136, four miles east of Wayland.

The Missouri State Highway Patrol reported Katlyn N. Lamma, 18, of Alexandria, was driving a 1999 Mitsubshi Montero west when the tire blew out.

The driver and 14-year-old Kacey M. Lamma, of Alexandria, escaped with minor injuries. Another passenger, Mackenzie T. Webster, 14, of Kahoka, was first taken by Clark County Ambulance to Scotland County Hospital in Memphis, and later airlifted to the Iowa City (Iowa) Medical Center for treatment of serious injuries, police said.

All were wearing a seat belt.

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