Speeding driver wrecks car, car engulfed in flames after crash
Posted on Thursday, November 5th, 2020
PARK HILLS, MO – A 31-year-old female driver was traveling too fast on Missouri 32 when she lost control of her car and crashed just after midnight on Wednesday morning.
Keri Smith was traveling westbound on Missouri 32 east of Oak Ridge Trail in a 2016 BMW 4 Series Grand Coupe at high rates of speed when she lost control of her vehicle around 12:15 a.m., according to Missouri State Highway Patrol.
The BMW veered off the right side of the road, struck a rock embankment, overturned, and finally erupted in flames.
Smith sustained moderate injuries in the crash and was transported to Mercy Hospital South.
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