News: Six-vehicle crash on I-29 near St. Joseph injures four
ST. JOSEPH, MO – A six-car pile-up on I-29 near St. Joseph injured four people including two children on Thursday afternoon.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol reports the collision took place close to 12:20 p.m. near the 46 mile marker of I-29.
According to the report, the initial crash in the incident occurred when a northbound Izuzu Box Truck struck a unit being towed by a Cadillac Escalade.
The driver of the Izuzu then struck a Ford Explorer which was forced by the impact into a Ford Fusion. The Explorer then flipped completely.
The driver of the Fusion went into an uncontrolled spin and crashed into a Honda Civic.
Four people involved in the accident were taken to Mosaic Life Care. Of those, three were occupants of the Explorer, including two children who were treated for minor injuries. The driver of that vehicle, 42-year-old Sherene Daniels of Wathena, was seriously injured.
The driver of the Izuzu, 26-year-old Kameron Turner of Lee’s Summit, suffered minor injuries.
Both of the vehicles of the injured parties were totaled in the crash.
No cause for the accident was given.
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