Driver runs red light, causes T-bone collision in St. Charles
Posted on Tuesday, January 5th, 2021
ST. CHARLES, MO – A 63-year-old driver ran a red light at Missouri 94 and Portwest Drive and caused a T-bone collision on Monday night.
Police report Michael J. Day, 63, was traveling westbound on Portwest Drive in a 2009 Toyota Corolla when he failed to stop at the red light at Missouri 94. A 2014 Ford F-150, driven by 21-year-old Matthew C. Hahn, that was traveling northbound on Missouri 94 T-boned the Toyota.
Day was transported to SSM Health DePaul Hospital for moderate injuries. A passenger in the Ford was transported to Mercy Hospital St. Louis for minor injuries.
All three were wearing seat belts.
Both vehicles were totaled.
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