Farmington – Intersection Collision with Serious Injuries

Several motorists were injured in a crash in Farmington late Friday afternoon.

At around 4:00 p.m., a 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt driven by 88-year-old Sarah McFarland collided with a 2014 Nissan Altima driven by 23-year-old Rachel Bone at the intersection of MO-32 and Krei Boulevard, forcing both vehicles off the roadway. McFarland sustained serious injuries and was transported to Mercy Hospital South, while Bone and her passenger were taken to Parkland Health Center. Authorities are currently investigating the accident.

As this case exemplifies, intersection accidents frequently result in serious injuries and are usually caused by one errant driver or vehicle. People injured in similar cases, particularly those involving reckless or negligent behavior, are advised to talk to personal injury experts so that their cases can be thoroughly evaluated.