Posted on June 2nd, 2010 by Zane Cagle
A 90-year old St. Louis woman was killed Memorial Day in a two-car crash. She was passenger in a car driven by her granddaughter. Another passenger in the car was also injured. The granddaughter was driving a Honda and attempted to make a turn and did not see the Jeep Grand Cherokee at the intersection of Interstate 70 and Ind 9. The driver of the Cherokee said he was driving northbound on Ind. 9 from New Road when the driver of the Honda hit him. The Cherokee collided with the Honda’s passenger side. The St. Louis grandmother was air lifted to a local hospital and later died due to her catastrophic injuries. The other two passengers in the Honda were treated for minor injuries due to the auto accident.
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