A Uniontown woman was hurt in a two-vehicle accident Sunday evening west of Fort Scott.
Tami Arlene Morgan, 34, Uniontown, was injured when the 2000 Ford Taurus she was driving collided with a 1987 Toyota 4Runner shortly before 5:30 p.m. Sunday at the intersection of 125th Street and U.S. Highway 54 about nine miles west of Fort Scott.
A Kansas Highway Patrol report said the Taurus was westbound on U.S. 54 attempting to turn south onto 125th Street. The 4Runner, which was also westbound on U.S. 54, struck the Taurus after attempting to pass the vehicle on the left.
Mercy Hospital spokeswoman Tina Rockhold said Monday that Morgan was admitted, treated and is in stable condition.
Morgan was wearing a seat belt at the time of the accident. Passengers in the Taurus at the time included Matthew Morgan, 11, and Brian Morgan, 3, both of Uniontown. The children were listed in the report as not injured and both were wearing safety restraints.
Joseph Henry Erie, 27, Fulton, the driver of the 4Runner, was not injured in the crash and was also wearing a seat belt.
The KHP report said both vehicles were towed from the scene.