Columbia police and fire officials respond to two crashes
COLUMBIA - Two vehicle crashes happened within two hours in Columbia Monday night.
A crash involving a motorcycle happened near the Walmart in south Columbia Monday evening.
According to the Real-Time 911 Fire & Rescue Dispatch, five units were called to the scene at Grindstone Parkway and State Farm Parkway at 7:32 p.m. Monday. Two of the units were ambulances.
A KOMU 8 News reporter on the scene saw a motorcycle being loaded onto a tow truck. Police had not given details on the crash as of Monday night.
Another crash happened on I-70 between Stadium Boulevard and Providence Road at mile marker 125.
The dispatch log said 11 units responded to the scene, including an ambulance. The units were dispatched at 9:16 p.m. Monday.
Columbia firefighters and police responded to the scene.
A KOMU 8 News reporter on the scene observed a car flipped up on the median. There was also a semi truck involved. Police said no one was injured.
MoDOT reported the left lane of I-70 was temporarily closed and could be for up to three hours.