Sullivan accident kills two, injures two others

SULLIVAN, MO – An accident near Sullivan killed two women and injured two others, reports the Missouri State Highway Patrol.

First responders were dispatched to 24505 Missouri Rt 184 at around 3:14. According to troopers, Robert J. Schneider was driving east in the westbound lane when the front of his GMC 2500 struck the front of a Buick Rendezvous totaled Karen L Medlin, 61.

Schneider suffered moderate injuries and his passenger, a ten-year-old boy, suffered minor injuries. Schneider was hospitalized at Barnes Jewish Hospital and the boy was taken to St Louis Children’s Hospital.

The two occupants of the Toyota, the driver Karen L. Medlin MEDLIN, 61, and passenger, Norma R. Montgomery, 90, died. Their bodies were transported to the Washington County Morgue by the Washington County Coroner.

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