Five people were injured, including three players for the Moberly Lady Greyhounds, in an accident on Highway 63 Sunday night. The State Highway Patrol says shortly after 10pm, two miles south of Moberly, a car driven by 20-year-old Bi’Anna Pettis was stalled in the driving lane after hitting a deer, and as she and her passengers were standing in the median, her car was hit from behind by an SUV driven by 18-year-old Marin Tadrus of Moberly. The car hit Pettis, her teammates 20-year-old Kayla Langley and 20-year-old Shannon Lise, and also 57-year-old Sonya Freels of Moberly. Coach Hana Haden says contrary to the Highway Patrol’s report, it was Lise who was flown to Columbia. She’s in stable condition. Tadrus and Freels also had serious injuries. Langley and Pettis had moderate injuries. They were all taken to Columbia.