Posted on July 31st, 2010 by Zane Cagle
At least six children and one adult were injured in two car auto accident in North St. Louis. The driver of a van said she could not see the Mercedes as a bush in the median was obstructing her view. The driver of the van was transported to the hospital as well as the six children who were passengers in the van. The van struck a three-foot brick was that was attached to an apartment building. Two of the children were transported to the hospital urgently with one possibly having critical injuries. The occupants of the Mercedes refused treatment.
Spring and summer can sometimes be hazardous when foliage is in the peak of growing season. Drivers must use extra caution at intersections when gaining a clear view ever mindful of landscape growth, motorcycles and bicycles.
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