ST. LOUIS, MO – Three people, including a little girl and a toddler, were reportedly injured during a two-vehicle crash on Minnesota Avenue on Thursday night, according to the St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department (SLMPD).
The crash occurred on Minnesota Ave and Bates Street at 7:22 p.m., as a black 2009 Ford Taurus, being driven by Antonisha T. Thomas, was stopped in traffic.
The Taurus then collided with a white 2007 Chevrolet Impala, being driven by Janay E. Douglas, which had started to skid on the roadway.
Three passengers in the Impala were injured. One of those people, identified as John Davis, experienced non-critical injuries.
The two others, a female juvenile between the ages of 7-8 and a male toddler between 2-3, sustained probable injuries in the crash.
Douglas and Thomas were not reported as injured.
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