2 hurt following 4-vehicle crash at EB I-70 and Cave Springs Blvd

ST. PETERS, MO – A four-vehicle collision was reported at eastbound I-70 and Cave Springs Blvd Tuesday, according to MSHP.

Jamison Nash, 41, was driving a Ford Edge when he lost control of the vehicle around 8:05 a.m. and collided with a Chevrolet Equinox operated by Shelby Reynoso, 29. The impact sent Reynoso into a concrete median.

A juvenile male driving a Ford F150 then struck a Mazda CX5 operated by Jamie Warren, 40. The collision pushed the Mazda into Reynoso’s Equinox.

First responders transported Reynoso and Warren to an area hospital with minor injuries.

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