RANDOLPH COUNTY, Mo. – Two people was injured in Randolph County Wednesday night, after they swerved to miss a deer in the road.
The Missouri Highway Patrol says the crash occurred a mile West of Moberly on Highway 24 around 8:45 last night. Tia Goble, 28, was eastbound when she avoided the deer, traveled off the South side of the roadway and struck a tree.
Goble and her passenger, Roben Teter, 20, both of Moberly, were transported to Moberly Regional Medical Center with moderate injuries.