Man seriously hurt after hitting fence and parked cars in St. Charles accident

ST. CHARLES, MO – A man was seriously hurt after he crashed into a fence and two parked vehicles on Highway 94 Thursday morning, according to the Missouri State Highway Patrol.

The crash happened in the southbound lanes of MO-94 near Route B when a 2005 Dodge Ram, driven by 31-year-old Lewis E. Marler-Moeser, of St. Charles, ran off the left side of the road.

The Dodge then collided with a support post for a fence and a vacant 2007 International 4300 and 1969 GMC 4500, both of which were parked in a private lot.

Marler-Moeser was taken to the hospital in St. Charles with serious injuries. He was reportedly not wearing a seatbelt when the accident happened.

No other people were hurt in the collision.

The Dodge was totaled in the accident.

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