Three injured in three-vehicle Johnson crash

Three individuals were injured in a crash at 1:33 p.m. Wednesday in Johnson County. 

According to a Missouri State Highway Patrol report, Madison L. Ayscue, 19, of Knob Noster, was traveling west on state Route 13 at U.S. Route 50 when she attempted to make a left-hand turn and was struck by a northbound vehicle driven by Chari L. Fisher, 50, of Higginsville. This caused Ayscue’s vehicle to strike another westbound vehicle driven by Joshua M. Shire, 42, of Knob Noster. 

Ayscue suffered serious injuries and was taken to St. Luke’s Hospital by Life Flight. Her passenger, Ethan Ayscue, 18, of Knob Noster, suffered moderate injuries and was taken to Centerpoint Hospital in Independence. Fisher suffered minor injuries and was taken to Western Missouri Medical Center in Warrensburg by the Johnson County Ambulance District.  

Information is taken from preliminary Missouri State Highway Patrol reports, which do not necessarily contain statements from all parties involved.

(4) comments

Elora1986

This was my daughter, and my unborn granddaughter. Madi was 39 days from having her baby with her husband. Their lives, our lives, but her life will never, ever be the same. There will always be a missing face at Christmas. Easter, birthday parties. We will never see her daughter's 1st. We won't have that first birthday, first day of school, the list goes on for the rest of all of our lives, and why? Because someone just couldn't wait 30-40 seconds for a light to turn green, all because someone ran a red light!

My daughter layed in the hospital for 3 weeks, she us home but, she isn't able to walk, has to have help to the bathroom, to take a bath, well that's a chore if it's own. All because someone ran a red light.

My daughter will eventually get better, and so will my son-in-law, and one day, somewhere in the future when they are ready maybe she will get to hold her living, breathing, warm, beautiful child in her arms saying hello, I'm your mommy and that little innocent face looking at her like please love me!

Not having to hold her daughter and saying goodbye and I'm sorry I couldn't keep you safe, all because someone was in hurry and ran a red light.

Sincerely

Nana to an Angel

Hdltqo

Ayscue was also 8 months pregnant at the tome of the crash. She lost her baby in the accident.

Elora1986

She had her seat belt on also!

Elora1986

This was my daughter, and my unborn granddaughter. Madi was 39 days from having her baby with her husband. Their lives, our lives, but her life will never, ever be the same. There will always be a missing face at Christmas. Easter, birthday parties. We will never see her daughter's 1st. We won't have that first birthday, first day of school, the list goes on for the rest of all of our lives, and why? Because someone just couldn't wait 30-40 seconds for a light to turn green, all because someone ran a red light!

My daughter layed in the hospital for 3 weeks, she us home but, she isn't able to walk, has to have help to the bathroom, to take a bath, well that's a chore if it's own. All because someone ran a red light.

My daughter will eventually get better, and so will my son-in-law, and one day, somewhere in the future when they are ready maybe she will get to hold her living, breathing, warm, beautiful child in her arms saying hello, I'm your mommy and that little innocent face looking at her like please love me!

Not having to hold her daughter and saying goodbye and I'm sorry I couldn't keep you safe, all because someone was in hurry and ran a red light.

Sincerely

Nana to an Angel

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