St. Louis woman injured after semi rear-ends her Pontiac

ST. LOUIS, MO – A 26-year-old St. Louis woman was injured after a semi hit the rear of her 2005 Pontiac Grand Prix on Wednesday night.

Clint C. Ludeking, 38, was traveling west on I-70 on Blanchette Bridge in a semi when he made an improper lane change, according to Missouri State Highway Patrol. The front of the semi hit the rear of the Pontiac, driven by Kayla M. Meyers, around 9:20 p.m.

Meyers was transported to Mercy Hospital St. Louis for minor injuries. She and Ludeking, of Waukon, IA, were both wearing seat belts.

The Pontiac sustained moderate damages and the semi sustained minor damages.

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