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27-year-old driver suffers serious injuries in Town and Country rollover

27-year-old driver suffers serious injuries in Town and Country rollover

Posted on Saturday, December 26th, 2020

TOWN AND COUNTRY, MO (ST. LOUIS COUNTY) – A 27-year-old man suffered serious wounds after rear-ending another driver in a Christmas-Eve crash in Town and Country, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol.

The accident happened on Ladue Road, near Bon Chateau Drive, at 11:35 a.m.

The 27-year-old operator of a 1999 Ford F350 pickup truck failed to properly round a turn, causing the vehicle to cross into the left lane. The driver, Ballwin man Matthew J. Keeven, struck the right-back side of a 2011 Honda Crosstour, driven by 75-year-old Georgia Palmer, of St. Louis.

The Ford then ran off the side of the roadway and rolled over.

Keeven, who was reportedly not wearing a seatbelt at the time of the accident, was taken to the hospital in St. Louis with serious injuries.

Palmer, reportedly wearing a seatbelt, was not reported as hurt.

The Ford was totaled in the crash.

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