The Davis County Sheriff’s Department reported a one-vehicle accident occurred on Sept. 3 at 5:24 p.m. involving 16-year-old Draven Christopher Mountain of Worthington, Mo.

Mountain was driving a Mercury Sable northbound on 175th Street when the rear of the vehicle began to shift from side to side. The car slid into the east ditch and rolled onto its roof as the vehicle turned and faced southward.

Mountain was not injured or ejected, but the 2000 Mercury was totaled, according to the report by Deputy Jerad Wittmaack.

On Sept. 2 at 1:53 a.m., Bandit Lee Brumbaugh of Ottumwa was driving a Freightliner semi-trailer west on 180th Street when a deer ran into the roadway striking the trailer. The trailer suffered minor damage in the accident investigated by Deputy Robert Murry.

Another deer-vehicle accident occurred on Sept. 5 at 8:14 p.m. when Dallas Aaron Carter of Hopkins, Mo. was traveling westbound on Highway 2 West of Jade Ave. A deer came out of the north ditch and collided with the passenger side of Hopkins’ Toyota Corolla. The passenger front door window glass was broken, making the vehicle unsafe to drive.

Deputy Jerad Wittmaack was the investigating officer.