According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol crash report, a fatal accident caused the death of two passengers from Eldon and injured two others at approximately 11:48 pm on Friday night on US Highway 54 at Walnut Grove Road in Miller County.
One of the drivers was arrested and charged with multiple felonies.
A Missouri Department of Transportation worker, Lyndon D. Ebker, 55, was struck and killed Thursday morning as he worked to clean a bridge in Franklin County. Lyndon Ebker of New Haven, Missouri had worked for MoDOT for more than 30 years. In an interview, Greg Horn, MoDOT’s St. Louis District Engineer, said, “Our hearts are heavy, too. He has lots of friends here and will be missed.”
Mr. Ebker was part of a MoDOT crew, cleaning road salt and other grime off a bridge on Highway 100 near Buchheit Road about 9:15 a.m. when the accident occurred, authorities said. The scene is west of Washington, Missouri.
Susan G. Bell, 47, of St. Charles, Missouri was arrested for DWI, Vehicular Manslaughter and Driving While Revoked, after a Wentzville man died in a head-on crash late Saturday night.
According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol report, Wade A. Rose, 48, was driving a 2007 Toyota 4-Runner on Veterans Memorial Parkway at 10:25 p.m. Saturday evening. Wade Rose of St. Charles, was westbound.
Bell was eastbound driving a 2013 Nissan Altima. According to the report, Bell’s Nissan crossed the center line and struck Rose’s 4-Runner Head-On. After the crash, Rose’s 4-Runner went off the right side of the road and overturned.
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Two people from the St. Louis area were killed Saturday on Interstate 70 when their westbound sports car breached the median barrier, went airborne over a second vehicle and collided head-on with a third car, according to the Missouri Highway patrol.
The driver of the eastbound car, also from the St. Louis area, suffered serious injuries.
Jacqueline Faudi, 36, was traveling northbound on Highway 61 when another vehicle lost control and crashed into the back of her car. Both vehicles crossed over the grassy median dividing Highway 61, when Faudi’s sedan was struck again by a southbound SUV.
Jacqueline Faudi, her 6 year old daughter Autumn Faudi and an infant Kaydance Miller were all killed as a result of the crash.
Harold V. (Bud) Macrander, 60, of Forest City, Missouri, was being towed on a 1989 homemade, three wheel motorcycle, in an attempt to start the motorcycle. Mr. Macrander was being towed northbound on MO-111 in Forest City, by a 1994 Ford F150 pickup truck, driven by Scottie L. Grishow, 47, also of Forest City.
The crash occurred as the three wheel motorcycle started. According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol Report, upon starting, the motorcycle’s throttle was stuck open and overtook Scottie Grishow and the Ford F150 truck. Since the vehicles were still connected by the towing device, the motorcycle slammed into the left front of the truck, flipping and throwing Mr. Macrander off of the left side of the motorcycle.
A multi-vehicle accident on I-70 Tuesday morning, has left two drivers dead and 5 more with serious injuries.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol report states the accident involved three tractor trailers, three pick up trucks and an SUV. It occured around 9:15 a.m. on Tuesday October 27th, on Interstate 70 at Kingdom City.
On March 7, 2014 at approximately 9:18 p.m., Jael Clem, age 38 of Pacific, Missouri was operating a 2010 Audi Q5 along with passenger, Yasmin Clem, age 11. Gregory Light, age 49 of Catawissa, Missouri was operating a 2007 Dodge Caliber. Edward Fox, age 23 of Pacific, Missouri was operating a 2013 Chevrolet Sonic.
At that said date and time, Jael Clem and Edward Fox were both traveling in the eastbound direction while Gregory Light was traveling in the westbound direction on Missouri Route O and just west of Jefferson Street. The crash occurred as Jael was traveling behind Edward’s vehicle and attempted to pass Edward on Route O. The front of Jael’s vehicle collided head-on with Gregory’s vehicle as he was traveling westbound along Route O. The impact from the head-on collision caused Jael’s vehicle to overturn and come to a rest on its top. Gregory then traveled off the left side of the roadway.