Fenton chain-reaction crash leads to two injuries

FENTON, MO – Two women were hurt Thursday afternoon in a chain-reaction collision in Fenton, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol.

The incident happened at 2:34 p.m. at the intersection of Missouri Highway 30 and Northwest Boulevard as a 2009 Ford F-150 was making a left turn onto the 30.

The Ford, driven by 76-year-old Mary E. Patrick, of Fenton, was then hit in the side panel by a 2006 Kia Optima that ran a red light. The impact pushed the Ford into colliding with the front of a 2007 Jeep Liberty, operated by 27-year-old Christina M. Weber, also of Fenton.

Patrick and the driver of the Kia, 27-year-old O’Fallon woman Marissa B. Fleischmann, were taken to Mercy St. Louis Hospital for the treatment of moderate injuries.

Weber was not reported as injured in the collision.

All three women were listed as wearing their seatbelts during the accident.

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