A Stoutland man who was flown to Springfield for treatment of serious injuries following a three-vehicle on Saturday evening was also later arrested and charged with felony assault, according to Missouri State Highway Patrol accident and arrest reports.

A Stoutland man who was flown to Springfield for treatment of serious injuries following a three-vehicle on Saturday evening was also later arrested and charged with felony assault, according to Missouri State Highway Patrol accident and arrest reports.

Nathaniel S. Happe, 30, was driving southbound on Route T, approximately .3-miles south of Route H, in a 2016 Jeep Renegade at roughly 4:45 p.m. on Saturday, August 27, 2016, when he attempted to overtake a 2002 Ford Windstar on a hillcrest and struck a northbound 2000 Ford Focus head on before striking the Windstar. The Cherokee and Focus were listed as totaled.

Shawn L. Oliver, 52, of Stoutland, the driver of the Focus and passenger Kimberly R. Oliver, 50, of Stoutland, suffered minor injuries and were transported by ambulance to Mercy Hospital in Lebanon, according to the report. Both were listed as wearing safety devices.

Ronald L. Grapes, 56, of Stoutland, the driver of the Windstar, was listed as uninjured and wearing a safety device with moderate damage reported to the car.

Happe, who was listed as not wearing a safety device, was transported by Life Flight to Mercy Hospital in Springfield where he was shortly arrested afterwards and held at Cox Hospital, according to the arrest report. He is listed as being released.

He is charged with 2nd Degree Felony Assault 2X2, failure to remain on the right half of the roadway resulting in a crash and not wearing a seat belt.