Five people were injured in a three-car accident Wednesday on US 67 at Rosener Road in St. Francois County.
According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, the accident occurred when a vehicle driven by Raymond Banks, 25, Bonne Terre, was attempting to cross the northbound lanes of US 67 on Rosener Road when it pulled into the path of a vehicle, driven by Stacey Halton, 34, Bonne Terre.
Halton’s vehicle was traveling north on US 67 when it struck Banks’ vehicle on the right side, pushing Banks’ vehicle into the front of another vehicle that was stopped at the intersection, facing west on Rosener Road. The third vehicle was driven by Daniel Lashley, 28, Park Hills.
Seriously injured was Dannielle Barks, 3, Bonne Terre, who was transferred to Cardinal Glennon Children’s Hospital in St. Louis. Sustaining moderate injuries was Angela Barks, 26, Bonne Terre, who was transferred to Mineral Area Regional Medical Center in Farmington.
Diamond Barks, 11 months, sustained minor injuries and was taken to Mineral Area Regional Medical Center in Farmington. Also injured were Stacey Halton and Ciera Halton, 2, both with minor injuries and both were taken to Mineral Area Regional Medical Center in Farmington.
In an unrelated accident, Terri Rogers, 23, Park Hills, sustained moderate injuries in a one-vehicle accident on Highway 32, just over 2 miles west of Route B, in St. Francois County on Wednesday.
According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, the accident occurred when Rogers’ vehicle hydroplaned on wet pavement, exited the north side of the roadway and struck a tree. Rogers was taken to Parkland Health Center in Farmington by St. Francois County Ambulance.
In an unrelated accident, Kenneth Drennen, 43, Mineral Point, was moderately injured in a two-car accident Wednesday on Washington County Road 546, just east of Hopewell Road.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol reports the accident occurred when Drennen’s vehicle met a vehicle, driven by Cynthia Kincade, 16, Mineral Point, on a hill crest, hitting each other head-on. Drennen was transferred to Washington County Hospital, while Kincade was uninjured.