ST. LOUIS, MO – Two trucks, one pulling a camper trailer, collided when the driver of one of the trucks failed to yield at a flashing yellow light, according to a report in the Salem News.
The accident occurred at the intersection of highways 32 and 19 on May 3. Brayden Ferguson struck the side of Roy Feiste’s 2013 GMC Sierra with his 2005 Ford F-150. Ferguson had a flashing yellow light, while Feiste had a green light. Ferguson failed to yield to Feiste and caused the collision.
Feiste’s vehicle slid to a stop after the impact while his camper crashed into a traffic pole. Ferguson’s vehicle spun after the impact until sliding into the intersection.
Feiste’s passenger was taken to the hospital with minor injuries.
Both vehicles were heavily damaged in the crash.
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