DE SOTO, MO – Three people sustained serious injuries in a crash at State Highway 21 and State Highway 110 on Friday afternoon.
Kendra A. Gleeson, 20, was waiting to turn left onto Highway 21 from Highway 110 when she did not see a 2015 Ford Escape traveling northbound on Highway 21 when she attempted to turn, police report. She struck the Ford head-on. The impact caused the Ford to travel off the road and strike a guardrail.
Gleeson, a passenger in her 2006 Acura TL, 33-year-old Christopher E. Roux, and the driver of the Ford, 29-year-old Jennifer C. Williams were transported to Mercy Hospital South for serious injuries. Roux was not wearing a seat belt, but both drivers were reported as wearing seat belts.
Both vehicles were totaled in the crash.
Investigations into the cause of the crash are ongoing.
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