Norborne woman collides with stalled steamroller, sustains minor injuries

| September 13, 2017
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NORBORNE, Mo. РA driver received minor injuries during a collision with a steamroller that had broken down in the road Tuesday  in Norborne.

At about 10:50 p.m. Tuesday, the Missouri Highway Patrol responded to West Second Street, just East of Oak Street in Norborne, where Marion Roth-Bostick, 48, of Norborne, ran into the unoccupied steamroller.

A resident of Norborne, reached out to KMZU News Wednesday morning and shared that the steamroller had broken down in the middle of West Second Street and was left without any kind of signage, tape or lights indicating the vehicle was stalled in the road.

Roth-Bostick was transported to Carroll County Memorial Hospital to receive care.

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