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19-year-old driver sustains moderate injuries in Old Highway 100 crash

19-year-old driver sustains moderate injuries in Old Highway 100 crash

Posted on Wednesday, December 9th, 2020

WASHINGTON, MO – A 19-year-old driver sustained moderate injuries in a crash on eastbound Old Highway 100 east of E. Fifth Street on Tuesday morning.

Police reports suggest Adrian McDaris, 19, was attempting to evade police while traveling eastbound on Old Highway 100 in a 2007 Chrysler 300. He attempted to pass a 2013 Lexus ES350 and struck the left side of the vehicle.

The impact from the collision caused the Lexus to travel off the right side of the highway, overturn, and strike a tree. Jonathan E. McGowen, 21, the driver of the Lexus, was not injured in the crash.

McDaris continued driving on Old Highway 100 when he lost control in a curve causing the Chrysler to overturn and travel off the left side of the highway.

Local authorities report McDaris was transported to Mercy Hospital Washington for his injuries. They also reported he was wearing his seat belt at the time of the crash.

Both vehicles were totaled in the crash.

This article is one in a series presented by OnderLaw, LLC to inform our neighbors about car accidents and traffic news across our city. It should not be interpreted as legal advice. However, if you or someone you love has been injured in a car accident, we would like to discuss your case in detail. Depending on the circumstances, you may be entitled to financial compensation for your medical bills, your lost income, and other expenses. More importantly, the only way to fight against reckless drivers or fix the root cause of many accidents is to enlist the help of an experienced attorney that has the possibility to effect change and can prevent this from happening to another family. Contact us today to speak to one of our compassionate St. Louis car accident attorneys.


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