Fenton driver runs red light, causes three-vehicle accident on MO-141

FENTON, MO – A 26-year-old Fenton driver ran a red light at the intersection of Missouri 141 and Schneider Drive causing a three-vehicle accident on Monday afternoon.

According to Missouri State Highway Patrol, Breanna N. Mullins was traveling north on Missouri 141 in a 2009 Pontiac Vibe. She ran a red light at the Schneider Drive intersection and hit the left rear of a 2005 Ford F-250, driven by 36-year-old Edgar E. Cathers. The impact caused the Pontiac to travel off the right side of the road around 4:20 p.m. Debris from both the Pontiac and Ford hit a nearby 2017 Ford Mustang, driven by 55-year-old Gerald J. Cronk.

Mullins was transported to Mercy Hospital South for minor injuries. She was not wearing a seat belt.

Cathers and Cronk were wearing seat belts.

The Pontiac was totaled and both Fords sustained moderate damages.

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