Speeding driver strikes tree in Washington County, sustains minor injuries

WASHINGTON COUNTY, MO – A 26-year-old male driver sustained minor injuries after crashing into a fence and tree on northbound Brickey Road on Wednesday night.

According to Missouri State Highway Patrol, Zachary A. Wreath, 26, was traveling northbound on Brickey Road just south of Centerline Drive in a 2005 Honda Accord. He was traveling too fast for road conditions and traveled off the east side of the road.

The Honda struck a mailbox, fence and tree before coming to a stop.

Wreath was treated at Parkland Health Center for his injuries. He was not wearing a seat belt at the time of the crash.

The Honda sustained extensive damages in the crash.

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