Three people in their 20s hurt in Florissant blind spot crash
Posted on Sunday, September 20th, 2020
FLORISSANT, MO – Three people in their 20’s were injured in a crash likely involving a vehicle’s blind spot on I-70 in Florissant yesterday, according to a crash report published by the Missouri State Highway Patrol.
The accident happened on I-70, near Lindbergh Boulevard, at about 8:15 p.m. when the driver of a 2001 Ford Expedition, 29-year-old Tyree J. Butler, of St. Louis, attempted to change lanes.
The Expedition then tried to move into the lane with a 2002 Ford Taurus, driven by St. Louis woman Unique M. Bake, 23.
The sides of the two vehicles collided, and the force of the crash pushed the Taurus off the highway and into the median.
Butler and a passenger, 25-year-old St. Louis man Kelly R. Lawrence, were taken to the hospital for the treatment of minor injuries.
An additional passenger, Atlanta woman Camila Sanders, 28, was taken to the hospital in De Paul with moderate wounds.
The other driver was not reported as injured.
Sanders and Bake were reportedly wearing seatbelts during the collision, while Lawrence and Butler were not.
This article is one in a series presented by OnderLaw, LLC to inform our neighbors about car accidents and traffic news across our city. It should not be interpreted as legal advice. However, if you or someone you love has been injured in a car accident, we would like to discuss your case in detail. Depending on the circumstances, you may be entitled to financial compensation for your medical bills, your lost income, and other expenses. More importantly, the only way to fight for better blind spot technology or fix the root cause of many accidents is to enlist the help of an experienced attorney that has the possibility to effect change and can prevent this from happening to another family. Contact us today to speak to one of our compassionate St. Louis car accident attorneys.