A minivan crashed and caught fire on the highway in Ste. Genevieve late Tuesday afternoon.
At 3:50 p.m., a 2005 Chrysler Town and Country was traveling north on I-55 when it suddenly veered to the right, striking a tree and catching fire. 35-year-old Nicholas S. Hager was driving the vehicle and sustained serious injuries. He had to be airlifted to Barnes-Jewish Hospital for comprehensive treatment. According to reports, the vehicle was totaled in the crash and there is no indication other vehicles were involved. Officials are currently investigating the case.
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