Snowy roads cause 28-year-old St. Louis driver to crash into tree

FRANKLIN COUNTY, MO – Snowy road conditions caused a 28-year-old St. Louis driver to crash her 202o Ford Escape into a tree on Saturday night.

According to Missouri State Highway Patrol, Chelsea N. Vautheir was traveling north on Highway N when her Ford traveled off the right side of the road. The Ford hit a tree around 8:10 p.m.

Vautheir, of St. Louis, was transported to Mercy Hospital Washington for minor injuries.

The Ford was totaled.

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