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Missouri defensive lineman Harold Brantley and women’s basketball player Maddie Stock were injured this afternoon in a single car crash on Highway 63 in Columbia, MO.
According to the Missouri Highway Patrol police report Brantley was driving on Highway 63 when his vehicle slid off of the left side of the road, overcorrected, and slid off the right side of the road before striking a guardrail and overturning. Neither Brantley nor Stock were wearing seat belts according to the report.
Both individuals were taken to University Hospital via ambulance. Brantley’s condition was listed as serious, while Stock only suffered minor injuries.
More information will be provided as we learn more.
Update: Stock was checked out and released from the hospital yesterday. Brantley remains in serious condition with non life threatening injuries according to a hospital spokesperson. Brantley suffered fractured ribs, a fracture to his tibia which was successfully operated on last night, and has ligament damage in his left knee which will be operated on in approximately 3-4 weeks according to a Mizzou spokesperson. According to the Mizzou statement if Brantley continues to recover as scheduled he will be moved from the ICU to a normal room on Tuesday.
At least one crash victim has been removed from the vehicle and is on a stretcher. @KOMUnews
Mizzou DL Harold Brantley was inside of this car that swerved off the highway just south of Columbia
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