Pedestrian hospitalized following collision in House Springs
Posted on Tuesday, December 1st, 2020
HOUSE SPRINGS, MO – A man was seriously injured early last Tuesday when he was struck by a vehicle while assisting a motorist who was backing backing up at an intersection in rural Jefferson County.
Leader Publications reports that Marvin J. Webb, a 50-year-old resident of Maryland Heights, was standing in the intersection of Gravois Road and DeMaree Street when he was struck by an eastbound Chevrolet Camaro shortly after 5:30 a.m. Jacob Bandermann, the Camaro’s 19-year-old driver, said he did not see Webb prior to the collision.
Emergency services took Webb to Mercy Hospital South, where he was listed in good condition as of the following day.
Bandermann was uninjured.
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